CRMJ 1060 - Basic Surveillance Techniques
(Formerly PST 1060)
3 Class Hours
An examination of basic police surveillance and counter-surveillance procedures and methods including foot and vehicle; one-, two- and three-person or ABC surveillance; aerial platform; and electronic and stationary surveillance operations. Topics include definition and history of surveillance, four basic methods of surveillance, foot surveillance operations, vehicle surveillance procedures, stationary surveillance methods, aerial platform surveillance, counter-surveillance operations, detecting and eluding surveillance operatives, and presentation of surveillance evidence in court.
Semester Availability: Upon Request
Not part of a Tennessee Transfer Pathway
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