CIA630 - Technology Applications in Crime and Intelligence Analysis

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Subject Title
Technology Applications in Crime and Intelligence Analysis

Subject Description
In this course, students examine the strengths, opportunities and limitations associated with the technology within crime and intelligence analysis. Students understand how growth and advances in technology have produced opportunities to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of analysis, and examine how technology is used to develop analytical end- products.

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

  1. Analyze the threats and methods associated with technological changes and advancements in intelligence analysis. How do technical changes and advancements impact intelligence analysis.
  2. Explain how technology impacts the intelligence cycle for crime analysis.
  3. Explore applications of technology in intelligence-led policing.
  4. Explain how to use technology in the intelligence process to generate an outcome.
  5. Examine the collaborative process in intelligence gathering.

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