Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:
CO1: Understand the Role of the Crime Analyst and identify various Criminal Analysis Strategies including the Intelligence Applications in Law Enforcement and the 5 phases of the Intelligence Cycle
CO2: Apply Crime Analysis & GIS mapping to understand its importance to identifying, disrupting and development of intervention strategies that can assist law enforcement with Domestic Violence and stalking crimes.
CO3: Be able to describe the Collection Phase in Intelligence, summarize the various types of Intelligence Resources such as the Internet, Processing and Dissemination Phases in Intelligence.
CO4: List and identify types of materials which qualify as Open Source Intelligence such as Social media, and discuss and identify constitutional or other concerns to law enforcement when using open source information.
CO5: Identify how analytical charts and templates for Law Enforcement Intelligence are used and explain the benefits of Intelligence Report Writing and Presentations, especially in Arson crimes.
CO6: Define Intelligence Analysis uses against Enterprise Crime & Terrorism and discuss and identify Security, OPSEC, COMSEC, and Counterintelligence issues in law enforcement.
CO7: Be able to define and understand the term "Supergangs" and compare and contrast them to Street Gangs and Organized Crime, analyze current Law Enforcement Intelligence Information Sharing, and explain what the future of Law Enforcement Intelligence Sharing will look like.