CIA620 - Applications of Strategic Intelligence

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Subject Title
Applications of Strategic Intelligence

Subject Description
 In this course, students explore the application of strategic intelligence for different types and levels of analysis and operational planning. The course explores the ways intelligence is used across a range of disciplines. Students learn to discern between information and intelligence to support meaningful analyses and decision making for a variety of clients and stakeholders.

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

  1. Differentiate between information and intelligence to support the application of analysis in public safety.
  2. Define the Intelligence Cycle to understand its limitations and opportunities.
  3. Examine the utility and application of intelligence within public safety for operational planning.
  4. Design visual representations of analyses to create a conceptual model of intelligence.
  5. Describe analytical end-products that are developed from intelligence for predictive analysis.
  6. Examine ethical decision making for the dissemination of intelligence under a variety of circumstances.
  7. Assess the relationship between crime and strategic intelligence.

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