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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

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Teaching intelligence in law enforcement understudy program for intelligence analysts

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

Rationale for Understudy Program

  • Demographics

  • Need for:

    • high-functioning and motivated workforce

    • interoperability within pillars of intelligence program

    • learning and development benchmarks

    • common standards

    • career path for professionalization


Basic cross training

Basic Cross-Training

  • Two mandatory courses for all Pillars of Criminal Intelligence (CI) Program

    • Criminal Intelligence Foundations Course (CIFC) – classroom

    • On-line information handling course


Intelligence analyst understudy program

Intelligence Analyst Understudy Program

  • Two year completion

  • Structured roadmap for training and development

  • Mandatory and optional classroom and on-line courses

  • Specific benchmarks in terms of related tasks that demonstrate progression in competency


Task analyses and validation

Task Analyses and Validation

  • Major analytical tasks validated by group of experienced analysts

  • Core tasks common to all analysts

  • Each task has five levels of competency

    • Unacceptable, beginner, intermediate, advanced and proficient

    • Knowledge, standards, autonomy, perceptions of context, coping with complexity

  • Milestones for:

    one month; one year; two years ; over two years


List of 8 major tasks and objectives

List of 8 Major Tasks and Objectives

#1Communicate mandate of RCMP and Criminal Intelligence (CI) program and advise on roles and functions of analyst in support of CI and client mandates.

#2Plan effectively by determining client needs; selecting priorities; identifying available resources relevant to analytic requirement; and producing timely work plan in agreement with client.


List of tasks and objectives

List of Tasks and Objectives

#3Identify and collect all relevant information while safeguarding the security of information in accordance with legislation, procedures and policies.

  • Relevant

  • Complete

  • Timely

  • Secure


List of tasks and objectives1

List of Tasks and Objectives

#4Evaluate through corroboration the reliability and validity of all information using standard ratings.

#5Categorize and share relevant information in a retrievable format according to legislation, policies and procedures.


List of tasks and objectives2

List of Tasks and Objectives

#6Analyze information using appropriate, reliable methods to address analytical requirement, such as identifying priorities, emerging, threats, crime trends, investigative leads and intelligence/enforcement gaps.


List of tasks and objectives3

List of Tasks and Objectives

#7Produce an analytical assessment for intelligence clients which convey the findings in an appropriate format in accordance with security requirements.

#8Apply the review, approval and dissemination processes in accordance with legislation, policy and procedures.


Overarching knowledge and competencies

Overarching Knowledge and Competencies

  • Networking

  • Teamwork

  • Police culture and procedures

  • Technology

  • Informing, educating and advising to assist police management in planning resource and operations


Next steps

Next Steps

  • Completion of learning strategy/roadmap

    • Establish which training and analytical tasks are to be completed within first month; first year; and second year

  • Developing new courses/workshops and other developmental opportunities

  • Identifying coaches and developing coaching strategies


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