This course is designed to educate homeland security, border patrol, and law enforcement professionals on the military process of threat assessment. Students will learn how this process may be adopted/modified to suit civilian intelligence operations at the local, state, and federal levels. Furthermore, understanding of the military’s process and capabilities may facilitate requests for, and success during, joint operations. Through dynamic instruction, discussion, case study,and practical exercises, students will develop methods to effectively incorporate threat assessment to their agency.

Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Summarize imperative definitions involved with threat assessment.
  • Demonstrate ability to use Police Intelligence Operations Integration with the Operations Process.
  • Identify different types of analysis and have the ability to appropriately analyze information provided.
  • Identify key components of civilian threat assessment, its connection to military techniques, and possible modification to incorporate components of both to enhance joint operations and/ or interagency operations.

Prerequisites: Basic computer skills.

Course Length: 3 days/24 hours (2 days classroom, 1 day practical exercise).

Who May Attend: Law Enforcement, Law Enforcement Support.