Teaching Intelligence in Law Enforcement: Understudy Program for Intelligence Analysts. Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canadian Criminal Intelligence Support and Development Branch. Rationale for Understudy Program. Demographics Need for: high-functioning and motivated workforce
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Canadian Criminal Intelligence Support and Development Branch
one month; one year; two years ; over two years
#1 Communicate mandate of RCMP and Criminal Intelligence (CI) program and advise on roles and functions of analyst in support of CI and client mandates.
#2 Plan effectively by determining client needs; selecting priorities; identifying available resources relevant to analytic requirement; and producing timely work plan in agreement with client.
#3 Identify and collect all relevant information while safeguarding the security of information in accordance with legislation, procedures and policies.
#4 Evaluate through corroboration the reliability and validity of all information using standard ratings.
#5 Categorize and share relevant information in a retrievable format according to legislation, policies and procedures.
#6 Analyze information using appropriate, reliable methods to address analytical requirement, such as identifying priorities, emerging, threats, crime trends, investigative leads and intelligence/enforcement gaps.
#7 Produce an analytical assessment for intelligence clients which convey the findings in an appropriate format in accordance with security requirements.
#8 Apply the review, approval and dissemination processes in accordance with legislation, policy and procedures.