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Explore the crucial role of intelligence analysis in modern policing. Gain insights into principles, skills, and technologies used in criminal intelligence analysis. Learn about technology's impact, essential competencies, criminal psychology, research methods, and decision-making in intelligence-led policing. Discover counterterrorism strategies and specific technologies employed. Understand the criminal justice system in England and Wales. Enhance your knowledge for effective law enforcement and public safety contributions.

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Original price was: £194.00.Current price is: £19.99.
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7 hours, 35 minutes
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The Policing & Intelligence Analysis course provides a comprehensive exploration of the vital role intelligence analysis plays in modern policing. Through a series of lectures and discussions, participants will gain a deep understanding of the principles, skills, and technologies involved in criminal intelligence analysis. The course begins with an informative introduction to intelligence analysis, highlighting its importance in law enforcement. Participants will examine the use of technology in criminal intelligence analysis, exploring cutting-edge tools and techniques that enhance investigative capabilities.

Participants will delve into the essential skills and competencies required of a criminal intelligence analyst, including data interpretation, critical thinking, and problem-solving. They will also gain insights into criminal psychology, understanding the motivations and behaviors of offenders to inform strategic decision-making. The course emphasizes research methods in crime analysis, equipping participants with the tools to gather and analyze data effectively. They will learn how to apply research findings to identify patterns, trends, and potential threats in criminal activity.

Decision-making in criminal intelligence analysis is another key focus of the course, where participants will learn to assess information, evaluate risks, and make informed operational decisions. They will explore the principles and practices of intelligence-led policing, understanding how intelligence analysis drives proactive law enforcement strategies. The course also covers counterterrorism and its relationship with criminal intelligence analysis, providing participants with insights into combating terrorism through intelligence gathering and analysis. Participants will explore the specific technologies used in criminal intelligence analysis, including data mining, surveillance systems, and digital forensics.

Lastly, participants will gain an understanding of the criminal justice system in England and Wales, examining its structure, functions, and the role of intelligence analysis within it. By the end of the course, participants will have a comprehensive understanding of the principles, techniques, and technologies involved in policing and intelligence analysis. Whether aspiring to become a criminal intelligence analyst or seeking to enhance investigative skills, this course equips participants with valuable knowledge to contribute effectively to law enforcement and public safety.

What Will You Learn?

  • The principles and concepts of intelligence analysis in the context of policing.
  • The use of technology in criminal intelligence analysis and its impact on investigative practices.
  • The essential skills and competencies required for a criminal intelligence analyst.
  • The fundamentals of criminal psychology and its application in intelligence analysis.
  • Research methods and techniques used in crime analysis to identify patterns and trends.
  • Decision-making processes in criminal intelligence analysis for effective operational strategies.
  • The principles and practices of intelligence-led policing and its role in proactive law enforcement.
  • The relationship between counterterrorism efforts and criminal intelligence analysis.
  • The specific technologies employed in criminal intelligence analysis, such as data mining and digital forensics.
  • An understanding of the structure and functions of the criminal justice system in England and Wales and the role of intelligence analysis within it.

Who Should Take The Course

  • Law enforcement professionals and police officers looking to enhance their skills in intelligence analysis.
  • Criminal intelligence analysts or aspiring analysts seeking to deepen their knowledge and expertise.
  • Individuals interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or intelligence agencies.
  • Researchers and academics focusing on crime analysis and intelligence studies.
  • Security professionals involved in counterterrorism efforts and public safety.
  • Professionals working in fields related to crime prevention, risk assessment, or data analysis.
  • Government officials involved in policy-making or decision-making processes related to law enforcement.
  • Anyone with a keen interest in understanding the role of intelligence analysis in policing and its impact on public safety.


  • A basic understanding of law enforcement practices and criminal justice concepts.
  • Strong analytical and critical thinking skills.
  • Proficiency in written and verbal communication.
  • Familiarity with basic research methods and data analysis.
  • Access to a computer or device with internet connectivity.
  • Willingness to engage in independent study and complete course assignments.

Course Curriculum

    • Introduction to Intelligence Analysis 00:35:00
    • Technology in Criminal Intelligence Analysis 00:45:00
    • Criminal Intelligence Analyst – Skills and Competencies 00:40:00
    • Understanding Criminal Psychology 00:45:00
    • Research Methods in Crime Analysis 00:35:00
    • Decision Making in Criminal Intelligence Analysis 00:45:00
    • Intelligence-Led Policing 00:45:00
    • Counterterrorism and Criminal Intelligence Analysis 00:35:00
    • Technology in Criminal Intelligence Analysis 00:45:00
    • The Criminal Justice System in England and Wales 00:30:00
    • Exam of Policing & Intelligence Analysis 00:50:00
    • Order Certificate 00:05:00

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  1. avatar Policing and Intelligence Analysis
    Weronika KulinskaMarch 15, 2023 at 8:13 am
    Weronika Kulinska

    Great course!

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