Surveillance Techniques, Course #0228
A four day (32 hour) training program designed for law enforcement officers who routinely use surveillance as one of their investigative techniques. The course is designed to provide the students with the knowledge and skills to successfully conduct and properly document their surveillance activities.
History has shown that one of the major investigative tools used to combat crime, Gangs, and organized criminal organizations is "Surveillance." There has also been a growing and significant increase in the investigating and tracking of profits, investments, assets, and currency of criminal organizations. Today the leaders and operatives of criminal organizations are much more organized and covert in reference to their criminal proceeds. In order to combat their complex concealment of profits, law enforcement must be able to covertly locate and identify their criminal assets. The old age technique of surveillance coupled with today's technology gives law enforcement the potential of locating criminals, dismantling criminal organizations, locating and seizing the criminal profits, thus working at permanently disabling criminal organizations.
In addition to practical surveillance techniques, the students are required to fully document all of their surveillance via notes, photographs, video, etc. A complete flow chart of practical surveillance will be created daily by the students. This flow chart will also be supported by video and pictures captured each day.
The instructors are provided by Undercover Training and Consulting LLC and are Dave Redemann and Brandon James.
Student Equipment List for Surveillance Class
Prerequisite: Class is for Detective or Investigators only
Cost: $500 – Agencies will invoiced by the instructor.
Dress Code & Identification:
Visitors attending training at WSCJTC are encouraged to wear their agency logo shirt/uniform or agency ID badge while on campus. If you are not wearing agency identification, you will be asked to check in at the front desk and will be provided with a clip-on visitor's identification card.
Revised Sep 2016