About the Training

The Intelligence Commanders Course is a two-day course designed to provide the essential principles associated with establishing and/or operating an intelligence unit. The training has been developed for law enforcement intelligence commanders who have a stake in information and intelligence sharing. Additionally, this program is designed to provide a component specifically for executives, which is delivered on the morning of the first day.

While executives are invited to attend the full course, the topics most pertinent to their role will be covered on the morning of the first day. This course provides an opportunity for both executives and commanders to gain knowledge and information on the intelligence field, offers tools to help integrate intelligence into their operations, and presents case scenarios and examples to identify mechanisms to resolve legal and privacy issues.

This course seeks to ensure that law enforcement commanders are able to provide their department with the leadership necessary to manage the intelligence process and the production of intelligence products. Commanders/ supervisors responsible for ensuring that daily criminal intelligence operations function in accordance with the agency’s or center’s intelligence collection policies and requirements are encouraged to attend this two-day training course.


Who Should Attend

Commanders and supervisors responsible for ensuring that daily criminal intelligence operations function in accordance with the agency’s or center’s intelligence collection policies and requirements are encouraged to attend this training.

Instructors

Instruction will be provided by subject-matter experts and law enforcement practitioners with experience regarding law enforcement intelligence.

Training Includes

Executives and Commanders Topics
Foundations of Law Enforcement Intelligence
Intelligence-Led Policing
Privacy, Ethics, and Liability
Commanders Topics
Fusion Center Process
28 CFR Part 23
Intelligence Products and the Intelligence Process
Policy and Management Issues
Officer-Initiated Information Collection

Date/Location: October 5–6, 2011: Newtown, Pennsylvania

Register via: https://www.iir.com/Registration/icc.aspx