ICC Commercial Crime Service
- Intelligence Analysis Course
- 07 Jun 10 - 09 Jun 10
- Holiday Inn Hotel - Southampton
How to analyse information, create intelligence and use this in investigations.
Getting access to the right information quickly and cheaply has never been more important for commercial success.
Modern business should know everything it can about the people and organisations it deals with, the markets it operates in and any risks it faces. But it is not enough to have the information; it needs to be sifted and analysed to ensure that its value is maximised and vital conclusions can be drawn.
This course will equip you with the skills and resources to use information in a far more effective way to obtain the intelligence that you need. It will help show you some new ways to work smarter, and provide some useful tips for critical analysis.
Fraudsters and criminals are getting much more sophisticated in avoiding detection, but they can be caught by smart investigators. The range of knowledge, tools and techniques gained on this workshop will add considerable value to an investigator’s skills. The course is structured to take the delegate through the acquisition of raw information, turning it into actionable intelligence, then producing intelligence packages to justify the decision making process for further intelligence gathering, or to provide a strong audit trail.
- Overview of the intelligence cycle and the analytical process.
- Learn how to think creatively and collect and analyse raw information into intelligence.
- Gain awareness of networks, groups, events and critical path analysis.
- Engage with financial analysis, strategies and techniques.
- Participate in a major simulated exercise using the skills that have been taught.
- Obtain a comprehensive manual on intelligence analysis.
- Network with fellow professionals.
This unique course is designed for anyone who wishes to analyse information more effectively for research, investigation and intelligence gathering. It will appeal in particular to:
- Corporate security professionals in banks, insurers and multinationals.
- Fraud investigators, accountants and analysts
- Investigative analysts
- Competitive intelligence researchers
- Government and private sector investigators
- Law enforcement officers
- Knowledge workers and researchers
Jim Devery is the Founder and President of Research and Intelligence Support Centre Ltd (RISC).
With a lifetime’s experience in research and intelligence gathering, Jim is one of the leading practitioners in this field. He has worked for many years in both the Special Intelligence and Operational Criminal Intelligence sectors at New Scotland Yard and rose to become Head of Intelligence Analysis. In this capacity, he was responsible for best practice policy development, recruitment, retention and training and development of the of more than 250 Intelligence Analysts in the Metropolitan Police Service, at New Scotland Yard in London.
Jim was a member of the UK National Analysts Working Group, which is responsible for promulgating best practice concerning analysts in the UK.
He is a co-founder of The Intelligence Study Centre (Europe) Ltd and founder of the Research & Intelligence Support Centre Ltd (RISC), where he is currently Managing Director.
Monday June 7
- Introduction and outline of the course
- Intelligence Cycle and Analytical Process
- Creative thinking and the link to collection planning
- Collection Planning
- Turning the collected ‘raw information’ into intelligence
- Assessing confirmed or unconfirmed intelligence
- Understanding networks and groups (people, places, things and the flow of commodities)
Tuesday June 8
- Critical path analysis and activity flow (understanding how a criminal enterprise works)
- Sequence of events analysis
- Comparative case analysis (comparing similar cases to identify common overlaps)
- Concealed finances analysis (identifying if someone is living beyond their legal means)
- Inference development and justification for action
- Dissemination options for verbal and written delivery (ensuring the logic used in the analysis is properly reflected at dissemination)
- Start of major exercise using the above tools and techniques
Wednesday June 9
- Continuation of major exercise
- Presentation of findings – report and intelligence briefing
The cost of the three day course is £1762 (incl VAT) and includes all tuition, documentation, a comprehensive manual, lunches, evening meals and social programme.
- Holiday Inn Hotel
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