Intermediate Level Intelligence - Connecting the Dots
**This course is formerly known as Intermediate Intelligence for Narcotics Officers - Connecting the Dots**
Tuition and Fees
This exceptionally practical, "hands-on" course is intended for those who may be engaged in: supporting protracted criminal investigations; assessing threats; developing estimates; preparing case analyses; market profiles or financial (flow) analyses; conducting latent criminal investigations; conducting gang monitoring assignments; vice or drug enforcement; street crime abatement; criminal intelligence collection; or serving as a liaison officer in a regional or state fusion centers or multi-agency task forces.
Various analytic techniques (both manual and computerized) are introduced in order to hone the student's ability to examine and organize large volumes of disparate data, and assist them in overcoming the challenges typically encountered when investigating "seemingly unrelated" crimes and criminal ventures that involve multiple criminals, engaged over a protracted period of time, traversing jurisdictions, involving multiple victims, complainants, witnesses and informants / sources, and producing a greater than routine number of exhibits and evidence. Fortunately, these are challenges that can all be successfully managed utilizing the techniques introduced in this course. .
This course is consistent with the 2007 minimum Criminal Intelligence Training Standards for the Criminal Intelligence Officer, as prescribed by the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
There are no scheduled classes available at this time.
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