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Course Details


Intelligence Courses

Overview

We provide a range of fully adaptable training courses in the area of Intelligence. As with all of our courses we work with our clients to ensure the content delivered meets the local needs of that organisation or agency. Below are a few examples of courses we have delivered in this area:

  • Initial Intelligence Course
  • Intelligence Managers Course

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course the students will be able to:

  • Define Information & Intelligence; describe the difference
  • List potential sources of information
  • Identify how the gathering of Intelligence can be of benefit & how it can be used
  • Describe the Intelligence cycle recognising how the model can be utilised
  • Explain best practice in the recording of Intelligence
  • Identify legislation affecting the gathering & use of Intelligence
  • Explain how such legislation impacts
  • Identify risks involved with the gathering/use of Intelligence
  • Describe the National Intelligence Model and its role within Intelligence Led Policing

 

Initial Intelligence Course

To provide intelligence staff with both the knowledge and skills necessary to become an effective and productive member of an Intelligence Unit or Team.

Objectives

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify each stage of the Intelligence Cycle
  • Explain the principles of the National Intelligence Model and its role in Intelligence Led Policing
  • Define the Intelligence products as outlined in the NIM
  • Explain the need for Operational Security and identify any possible breaches
  • Demonstrate how to evaluate and sanitise intelligence reports with the appropriate handling code
  • Describe and demonstrate how to give an effective briefing and debriefing
  • Identify open and closed sources of information available when performing research
  • Create an effective Collection Plan
  • Explain disclosure legislation and how non-disclosure of information can lead to miscarriages of justice
  • Describe methods of managing and monitoring risk
  • Explain the principles of CHIS handling and relevant legislation
  • Outline the implications of legislation such as RIPA, HRA and Data Protection

 

Intelligence Managers Course

To provide Intelligence Managers with the knowledge and skills necessary to ensure that intelligence is managed, stored and processed correctly within an Intelligence Unit.

Objectives

At the end of the course the student will be able to:

  • Identify each stage of the Intelligence Cycle
  • Explain the principles of the National Intelligence Model and its role in Intelligence Led Policing
  • Define the Intelligence products as outlined in the NIM
  • Define the intelligence roles and their responsibilities within an Intelligence Unit and Senior Management
  • Explain the role of the analyst and identify typical analytical products and techniques
  • Describe the Strategic Assessment and its use in the Control Strategy process
  • Explain why taskings and briefings should be focused on the Intelligence Requirement
  • Explain the Tactical Assessment and how it benefits Intelligence Led Policing
  • Describe and demonstrate how to give an effective briefing and debriefing
  • Apply the principles of sanitising Intelligence reports
  • Explain the principles of Source Handling
  • Describe an appropriate structure for an Intelligence Unit
  • Define meetings that will assist in the collection and /or dissemination of information or intelligence
  • Explain methods of managing and monitoring risk
  • Define the responsibilities of an Intelligence Manager
  • Describe the necessity for Operational Security and how to deal with identified breaches
  • Explain the principles of CHIS handling and relevant legislation
  • Outline the implications of legislation such as RIPA, HRA and Data Protection

Course length

  • 1 to 3 days

Featured modules

  • Intelligence Products
  • Handling Codes
  • Security of Intelligence
  • Information/Intelligence – What’s the difference?
  • RIPA 2000 & IPA 2016
  • Strategic and Tactical Assessments and their impact on Intelligence Led Policing
  • Roles and Responsibilities
  • National Intelligence Model (NIM)
  • National Decision Model (NDM)

Course Suitability

  • Police and law enforcement agencies

Please note, this course is not for individuals. We only deliver this course to organisations with 5 or more delegates.

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