INTL431 Criminal Intelligence Analysis (3 semester hours)

The rapid increase in multinational analysis and transnational organized crime, corporate drug trafficking organizations, and the impact of crime on national and international policy has created a critical need for law enforcement intelligence experts in the relatively new field of criminal intelligence. The course provides the student with an introduction to the methods and techniques of criminal intelligence analysis and strategic organized crime. It will demonstrate how to predict trends, weaknesses, capabilities, intentions, changes, and warnings needed to dismantle criminal organizations.

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...program. Learning Track Requirements (9 semester hours) INTL431: Criminal Intelligence Analysis CMRJ335: Crime Analysis CMRJ320...