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Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations

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This course examines the basic tools utilized in addressing criminal activity and security issues, relating to the gathering of intelligence. This course provides students with knowledge and resources to effectively identify, gather, and analyze information obtained through either human or electronic means. Students will comprehend the resources available for conducting investigations. Through examination of organizations comprising the intelligence community students will recognize how  public and private sector partnerships can promote efficiency and effectiveness.

This graduate-level course is 6 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 6 weeks

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    Identifying, Gathering, and Analyzing Intelligence

    • Explain the information reporting and sharing process.
    • Identify the types of surveillance used in intelligence collection.
    • Explain the analysis process.
    • Compare criminal intelligence gathering methods.
    • Apply the critical management elements of conducting intelligence operations.

    Legal, Ethical, and Moral Issues of Intelligence in Law Enforcement Operations

    • Describe the legal, ethical, and moral issues involved in intelligence collection.
    • Describe the legal, ethical, and moral issues that may occur when working with other intelligence organizations.
    • Describe the legal, ethical, and moral issues that may occur between law enforcement and the media.

    The Changing Role of Intelligence in Law Enforcement

    • Explain the changing role of intelligence in law enforcement.
    • Identify changing intelligence opportunities in law enforcement.
    • Assess current trends and the future of law enforcement intelligence.

    The Role of Intelligence in Law Enforcement

    • Identify organizations that comprise the intelligence community.
    • Define intelligence.
    • Identify types of criminal intelligence.
    • Analyze how terrorism has changed the role of intelligence in law enforcement.

    Undercover and Covert Operations

    • Describe the external and internal safeguards used by intelligence agencies.
    • Define covert operations in law enforcement.
    • Explain the process of intelligence protection.
    • Describe the necessity of undercover operations during and after an intelligence gathering operation.
    • Identify concerns associated with the use of informants.

    The Investigative Process

    • Identify investigative methods involved in intelligence and criminal investigations.
    • Describe the steps and resources required to properly implement an investigation.
    • Identify the elements of investigations.
    • Identify resources used in investigations.
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