40-Hour Advanced Informant School Course
Prerequisites: Must be a sworn Peace Officer, Intelligence Analyst or Investigative Analyst in the U.S. or U.S territories.
Minimum and Maximum Number of Attendees: 15 - 30 Students.
Registration fee to attend the course: $375
Time: 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (four training days)
After completion of all practical application exercises and achieving a passing score of 80% on the Course #1, Course #2 and Course #3 examinations, students will be issued a Certificate of Completion listing the following four course segments:
Course #1: Potential Confidential Informants - Locating and Selecting
Course #2: Potential Confidential Informants - Assessment and Recruitment
Course #3: Confidential Informants - Handling and Development
Course #4: Confidential Informants - Report Writing and Evaluation
This is an interactive course introducing a comprehensive and new strategy to Select, Recruit and Operate Confidential Informants. Participation in practical application exercises is expected and necessary for all students to achieve a successful passing score! This course will benefit the seasoned officer, agent or analyst as well as newly assigned professionals or those considering investigative assignments utilizing Confidential Informants.
By the end of the four-course segment, 40-hour training curriculum, participants will have a thorough understanding of the following objectives:
- The proactive approach to locating and screening the best Potential Confidential Informant (PCI) candidates for Access, Ability, Willingness, Discretion, 360 Awareness, Availability and Suitability Match to the Specific Informant Blueprint (SIB) prior to officer contact.
- The utilization of a Recruitment Proposition Diagram (RPD), to develop a successful Confidential Informant (CI) recruitment strategy, assessing potential CI Gains, Losses, Motivations, Reluctance and Rebuttals toward recruitment.
- The direction of CI evidence and intelligence collection, Contact/Meeting Plans (locations, security protocols-officer/CI safety, contingencies and communication devices), Surveillance Detection, and electronic surveillance (recorders and transmitters).
- The production of accurately written reports to the investigative file without revealing the identity of the CI and indexing additional CI assessment data.
Items required by students attending the course: pen, note pad, phone and vehicle (for 4-mile surveillance detection route).
Students will be provided with workshop handouts in class. An electronic file copy of all PowerPoint slides presented in class will be provided to students upon request.
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This is an all-day course (10 hrs. of training.)
Combative Hands Course
This is a repeating course that is paid in 6 week increments.
This class is held at Global Martial arts located at:
2295 Tomball Parkway
This course will instruct the individual in combative hands tactics to include:
hand to hand combate
edged weapons tactics
This course is open to civilians and law enforcement will give the individual the knowledge of fighting tactics to defend themselves and instructions on how to be more situationally aware in life. Join in at anytime, the classes will be year round. There will be one make up class during the six weeks as well.
Cost is $100.00 for civilians and $75.00 LEO for 6 weeks
LEO please contact us directly for payment details
AWATT LLC Does Not issue refunds. Purchaser will have 6 months from the date of purchase to apply the class cost to another AWATT LLC event.