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This basic course was designed to provide the training tools and knowledge for officers to use during operations that will assist in mitigating certain threat aspects of undercover work.

5/20/2019 to 5/21/2019
When: May 20, 2019
0800
Where: McKinney Fire Station 9
4900 Summit View Drive
McKinney, Texas  75071
United States
Contact: Carl Rogers
479-431-7971


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The fee for the course is: $200 per student

 

Registration must be done on-line. Payment should be made to TTPOA. Credit card payment is strongly recommended. Payments(checks)should be mailed to: Carl Rogers, 2200 Taylor-Burk Drive, McKinney, TX 75071. Inquiries regarding the course, payment or other questions can be directed to crogers2@mckinneytexas.org. All fees are due by May 13, 2019. There will be no refunds for cancellations after that date.

 

Course Description

 

 

Surveillance is the covert observation of people, places and vehicles, which the military, law enforcement agencies and private detectives use to investigate allegations of illegal behavior. These techniques range from physical observation to the electronic monitoring of conversations. During this multi-day course you will define what situational awareness means to you, understand operational security by analyzing vulnerabilities within your operational environment, understand, plan and construct surveillance detection routes as well as understanding the utilization of counter-surveillance for your operations. 

 

Situational Awareness:

 

·         What does ‘Situational Awareness’ mean to you?

·         Define?

·         How can we acquire it?

·         How can we develop and improve it?

·         Observation (sense)

·         Consideration

·         Selecting and Taking an Appropriate Action

 

Operational Security:

 

·         Identify Critical Information

 

·         Analyze the Threat

 

·         Analyze the Vulnerabilities

 

·         Assess the Risks

 

·         Apply Appropriate Countermeasures

 

Surveillance Detection:

·         Definition

·         General Surveillance Awareness

·         Surveillance Detection Routes (SDR)

·         Route Analysis

 

Surveillance Tactics:

·         Familiarize surveillance methodology

·         Enable practical execution of surveillance tactics and techniques

 

 

Counter-Surveillance:

 

·         What is Counter-Surveillance?

·         Techniques - strengths and weaknesses

·         Multi-mode

·         What are you looking for?

·         Points to remember!!!

 

 

Instructor Bio

 

D.C. Korenek, has served thirteen (13) years with Garland Police Department and twenty (20) years with

the United States Army as a Commissioned Officer. Over his tenure with the Garland Police Department

he has spent thirteen (13) years in Patrol and seven (7) years on SWAT and is currently serving as a Sniper

Team Leader. As a military officer he spent ten (10) years as an Infantry Officer before transitioning to

Military Intelligence. D.C. is still operational as an Active Reservist in the US Army Reserves.

Over the last ten (ten) years of his military career he has specialized in Clandestine Human Intelligence Collection with numerous deployments overseas to permissive and non-permissive environments conducting Full Spectrum HUMINT (Human Intelligence) Operations throughout using various specialized techniques of Surveillance, Counter Surveillance, Surveillance Detection, Operational Tradecraft and Source Validation. During missions D.C. conducted advanced foreign collection and dissemination expertise in support of tactical, strategic and force protection requirements. He cconducted and coordinated comprehensive investigations with proven security technologies. Additionally he oversaw screening, assessment, and debriefing of numerous sources whiling preparing, editing, and evaluating intelligence and administrative reports. He has a multi-disciplined background in Martial Arts having trained under Sifu Pat Tray in Woodbridge, VA. D.C. has instructed numerous agencies ranging from US Government, DOD and LE Departments within DFW Metro-Plex. He most recently returned from an overseas assignment conducting Full Spectrum HUMINT Collection Operations.

 

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