@serenesurface-- Well, criminal intelligence may be collected, analyzed and used by different individuals. It depends on the agency and how the agency prefers to do thing. Sometimes an entire agency has a role in this process.
The whole point of gathering criminal intelligence is to identify and prevent criminal activity. In the US, there are different law enforcement agencies that do this work such as the police and FBI. The military and national security agencies also engage in the collection and analysis of criminal intelligence.
So there isn't a hard and fast rule about which positions within an agency carries out the tasks involved in this process. There are also times when agencies work together with multiple groups.