This program explores the intelligence process and the importance of analysis, how it has evolved and become a critical part of strategic planning and direction for an organization.
Intelligence is not limited to the law enforcement environment as we continue to see the role expand into other areas including the financial Industry, insurance and government ministries.
Intelligence gathering casts a much wider net now than at any other time in history. At a time when a proactive approach is top of the list of goals for organizations, we have the opportunity to make better use of our information gathering and data analysis.
Raw intelligence is meaningless without analysts to contextualize, relate disparate pieces of information and build meaningful clusters of data. Intelligence analysis helps you to understand the bigger picture and provide insight to decision-makers by providing tactical and strategic intelligence reports. The course will be exciting, engaging and has been designed to help the student maximize their learning with a variety of scenarios that will help them understand how analysis relates to their chosen work environment or career path. You will learn about techniques, tools and the legal aspects of criminal intelligence analysis.
The program will be of interest to seasoned professionals working in a range of analytical roles who wish to build upon or refine their skills in the area of criminal intelligence. It will also appeal to those wishing to pursue a career in analysis, investigations or law enforcement.
The required textbook for these courses is Criminal Intelligence For the 21st Century - A Guide for Intelligence Professionals. The textbook can be purchased from the Humber College Bookstore.
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|CIA 100: Introduction to Intelligence and the Analytical Role|
|CIA 101: Intelligence Cycle and Information|
|CIA 102: Intelligence Applications and Analytical Techniques|
|CIA 103: Intelligence Tools and Resources|
|CIA 104: Intelligence Reports|
|CIA 105: Intelligence Standards and Security|
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