The value of intelligence cannot be understated as it can drive forward lines of enquiry, allow decisions to be made about tactical options, priorities or where and when resources should be deployed to maximum effect. Intelligence is the lifeblood to all sorts of activities and investigations, but it needs to be conducted in the right way to be of value whilst maintaining the security of the intelligence sources sitting behind it.
This course introduces staff to the intelligence processes including how to grade intelligence, evaluate intelligence sources, develop intelligence and to sanitise it for safe dissemination. The aim of this course is to familiarise staff with the processing of intelligence and introduce them to the intelligence evaluation and grading systems.
This course is recommended that for with little or no experience of intelligence gathering or handling.
Topics covered include:
- What is intelligence?
- How to sanitise information for dissemination purposes
- How to protect sources of intelligence
- How to create recommendations for consideration by managers
- The need for the 'sterile corridor'
Delivered on an in-house basis
Virtual Classroom or On-Site Delivery