5.0000 (2) Reviews Basic Foot & Mobile Surveillance Course - 5 Day

BY: ESS Consulting Limited

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Price: £992

Qualification: IQ Level 3 Award Covert Mobile & Foot Surveillance

Description:

About this Qualification

This course has been specifically developed and structured for the beginner to intermediate student. It should be taken before attempting the advanced Level 4 course.

Level 3 will provide the student with an in-depth knowledge of foot and mobile surveillance procedures and the legalities of working as a surveillance operative in the United Kingdom. The student will gain a solid foundation on the subject before progressing onto advanced techniques.

The course covers the following subjects:

  • Covert foot and mobile surveillance techniques
  • Planning and preparation
  • Introduction to open source intelligence gathering
  • Reconnaissance
  • Introduction to technical surveillance
  • Briefing and debriefing
  • Law and legislation
  • Methods of evidence gathering and continuity of evidence
  • Written statements and log writing

Assessment

Assessment is through a workbook completed whilst on the course.

Duration

5 days classroom and practical assignments.

Location: South East

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