Course: CL 1882
Instructor: Todd Hand
Dates: August 6-10
Credit: 2 credits
Cost: $1515 (includes room and board)
The objectives of this introductory course are to identify types of surveillance, the terminology, preparation for operations, and to engage in practical applications. Surveillance is defined as the secret, continuous, or periodic observation of persons, vehicles, places, or objects, in order to obtain information concerning the activities and identities of individuals. The information learned will serve the law enforcement officer in obtaining evidence, corroboration of activities, verify reliability, and obtain probable cause.
The course will examine surveillance by type; the function of each type; needed qualities of the officer to conduct proper surveillance; preparation; equipment; planning; operational scenarios; contingency plans; and debriefing.
Available to ages 17 and up!
- Registration ends June 1
- Payment is due June 22
- Refund 100% prior to the first day of selected class, but after that, there will be no refunds.
- No add-drop during the course
- Withdraw deadline is day 2 of the course
- ACCESS Unity: Students needing accommodations under ADA should contact Lisa Bierre (ADA Coordinator) at Lbierre@unity.edu before the class start date.