International Association of Law Enforcement Intelligence Analysts - Event Information

Event Name:Fundamentals of Criminal Intelligence (FCI), National Center for Biomedical Research, Academy of Counter Terrorism Education
Description:This awareness-level course, Fundamentals of Criminal Intelligence, presents participants with the core capabilities required for participants from an all-crimes, all-hazards perspective. It encompasses traditional crimes and domestic and international acts of terrorism. This course introduces participants to intelligence and distinguishes between intelligence and information. Among the topics covered are the Intelligence Community, responsibilities of participants, and goals and uses of criminal intelligence products. The potential range of customers and their needs are addressed. This course incorporates the five-step intelligence process and the importance of critical and creative thinking as it pertains to analysis of information and the intelligence process. Participants will become familiar with the Information Sharing Environment, suspicious activity reporting, and legal authorities and guidance associated with criminal intelligence collection and use, including privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties laws. Finally, this course addresses the benefits of forming strategic partnerships and collaborative networks. The goal of this course is to ensure participants leave equipped with the knowledge and skills to effectively participate in and contribute to the criminal intelligence enterprises within their agencies
Event Date:3/26/2019 - 3/28/2019
Event Time:8:00 AM - 5:00 PM Mountain
Location:Bob Bolen Training Academy
511 West Felix Street
Fort Worth, TX 76110

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Contact Person:Brady Wyrick, Officer, Fort Worth Police Dept.
(phone: 817-392-4102)
No fee
Target Audience:
The target audience of this course consists of state, local, tribal, and territorial law enforcement, criminal justice or investigative personnel who are responsible for supporting or participating in the criminal intelligence process. Positions responsible for this process may include, but are not limited to, law enforcement officers and investigators, supervisors, analysts, corrections, and fusion center personnel.
Prerequisites :
Participants should be US citizens.
Course Length :
This course is designed for presentation over two and one-half consecutive days (2.5 days). Beginning and ending time for instruction can be adjusted to accommodate local requirements at the training location. However, the schedule should permit a one-hour lunch break and one 10-minute break every hour. Total instructional time is 20 hours for nine standard modules over the two and one-half day period.
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