Providing contemporary seminars...21st century techniques, tactics & strategies for collecting and developing criminal intelligence
NOT THEORY...Developed curriculum that is "street" proven. Can be effectively implemented by small, medium or large agencies. Exceeds professional training standards for intelligence practitioners.
for all law enforcement professionals
ONE OF OUR FEATURED CLASSES
"CONNECTING THE DOTS"
An Intermediate-level Criminal Intelligence Curriculum
5 day course
"Hands-on" computer & manual data management, analysis, and product development
* Professional certification by the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (I.A.L.E.I.A.) when completed in conjunction with our "Introduction to Criminal Intelligence" 3-day class.
HOST EITHER COURSE and receive complimentary seats!
"INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE" - a 3-day class
The ideal primer course that examines the processes, protocols, practices & products associated with criminal intelligence development.
Like no other course. AMAZING sources, resources & aids for revealing useful data for supporting investigations and intelligence missions.
Our instructors are internationally recognized subject matter experts with decades of experience in law enforcement intelligence.
POST, IALEIA, and college certified.
ABOUT THIS COURSE...
This comprehensive training program (40 hours) has been developed to provide law enforcement practitioners, who may be engaged in criminal investigations or criminal intelligence assignments, or serving as intelligence liaison officers in affiliation with a regional or state fusion center with the tools needed to effectively supervise, support or participate in criminal intelligence functions. The training will focus on specialized skills for developing actionable intelligence products, problem-solving methods and strategies, collation and analytic techniques, methods for successfully identifying threats and criminal conspiracies, or advancing complex criminal investigations. Students will participate in practical exercises that follow components of the law enforcement intelligence process/cycle as they develop intelligence findings and products.
The course presents various intelligence practices, techniques, and methods relating to four distinct law enforcement intelligence perspectives: collection, collation, analysis, and documentation. Various analytic techniques will be explored to include both manual and computerized intelligence processes. Class lecture sessions will be augmented by several exercises and in-class computer-aided information manipulation and Internet research projects.
Professionalism: The curriculum for this course is based on training recommendations contained in the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP). The NCISP is the most comprehensive and widely accepted source of guidance currently available for intelligence operations and training programs in support of law enforcement agency efforts to establish a capacity for intelligence-led policing. Additionally, the Professional Certification Committee of the International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts (IALEIA), has determined that the course meets the criteria for their certification in conjunction with the Introduction to Intelligence course.
If you have any questions regarding the curriculum, registration, or instructor, either e-mail Ksanz@aol.com or contact us at (727) 639-1263.
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