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Using the National Intelligence Model (NIM) in intelligence-led activity, 30 September 2024

 

  • A workshop that considers best practice around the National Intelligence Model as a decision-making tool that helps investigators to collect, analyse, and use intelligence to inform strategic and tactical operations and intelligence-led policing

 

  • Our workshop will look closely at the National Intelligence Model (NIM), it´s component parts and how these impact on operational activity in the way of resource allocation and intelligence-led activity.

 

  • We’ll assess how best to use the NIM and provide operational best practice on how to use the NIM effectively.

 

  • There will also be examples of practice from law-enforcement organisations around the world are using the NIM to increase operational effectiveness.

 

  • Our workshop is aimed at intelligence practitioners, including analysts, local intelligence officers, field intelligence officers and intelligence managers. It will also be of value to anyone that works with intelligence such as investigators, or to anyone with an interest in law-enforcement intelligence.

 

  • Held online via Teams

 

  • Certificates of CPD available

 

Outline of the day

Session One

  • This session will examine the National Intelligence Model (NIM), exploring the component parts and principles, including the four key elements of the NIM.

 

  • We will look at how the NIM serves as a decision-making tool that helps agencies to collect, analyse, and use intelligence to inform strategic and tactical operations and intelligence led-policing.

 

Session Two

  • This session will look at how the National Intelligence Model (NIM) can be used effectively through the implementation of the NIM and how it requires adherence to best practices to ensure optimal results.

 

  • We will also look at some top tips for using the NIM to make it as effective as possible.

 

Session Three

  • This session will examine some of the associated and sometimes under estimated areas of the NIM that should be considered to ensure it is used effectively.

 

  • This will include areas such as risk management, community engagement and community intelligence, continuous improvement, performance measurement and adaptability.

  • This session will include an opportunity for delegates to ask any questions, discuss working practices or any scenarios.

 

Our expert trainer

The day will be led by expert trainer and Adrian Ramdat, a former investigator who spent over 26 years working operationally at a local, regional, national and international level in various covert roles and investigative roles.

He now trains and lectures investigators in the UK and across the world in covert investigations and investigative practice.

HOW TO BOOK

Cost: £199.99 + VAT (GBP) per delegate (LEA and Government Agency rate).  £299.99 + VAT (Industry rate). 

Group bookings: We offer various discounts for group bookings depending on numbers, please contact us for details.

Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address(es) and purchase order (made out to The Investigator) to booking@the-investigator.co.uk or telephone +44(0)844 660 8707 for further information. 

Payment can be made by PayPal/debit/credit card (corporate card fees apply + 3%). ​The meeting link will be sent out 7 days before the event.

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