This course provides a critical introduction to the key ideas, techniques and issues that make up the effective use of intelligence. The course describes the process of crime and intelligence analysis, the role of the analyst and examines the analysis process. Key tools in the analytical process are also introduced.

This course will equip and develop attendees to manage intelligence and to look at how it can be used to inform strategic and operational security, including criminal and terrorist threats and associated risks and losses.

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UK Costs
£495/$670 (Non-residential)

All options include lunch
All fees are shown excluding UK VAT (20%)

**10% early booking discount!** Complete a booking 12 weeks before the course start date to receive the discount, which is automatically applied to your invoice.

31st January – 1st February 2018, Oxford, UK
5th – 6th April, 2018, Oxford, UK
27th – 28th June, 2018, Oxford, UK
15th – 16th August, 2018, OXford, UK
6th – 7th November, 2018, Oxford, UK

  • What is commercial intelligence
  • Intelligence, strategy and decision making
  • OSINT (Open Source Intelligence)
  • HUMINT (Human Intelligence)
  • Intelligence and risk management
  • Intelligence and the security function
  • Information gathering
  • Information analysis
  • Grading intelligence
  • The use of databases
  • Controlling and communicating intelligence
  • Intelligence report writing
  • Legislation and compliance
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Course Content

  • What is commercial intelligence
  • Intelligence, strategy and decision making
  • OSINT (Open Source Intelligence)
  • HUMINT (Human Intelligence)
  • Intelligence and risk management
  • Intelligence and the security function
  • Information gathering
  • Information analysis
  • Grading intelligence
  • The use of databases
  • Controlling and communicating intelligence
  • Intelligence report writing
  • Legislation and compliance

Who will benefit

The course will be of immediate benefit to those in security management positions, security supervisors or multi-tasked managers, as well as those seeking to develop a career in security management.