InCOP 1—Information Collection on Patrol (The Role of the Line Officer) is offered as
a three hour, instructor-led presentation consisting of PowerPoint slides and video. Topics covered include
effective collection, The 2-Minute Interview, Hypervigilance on Patrol, the NSI-SAR, the role of fusion centers and
the reporting process, the special problems of terrorism, the issues of criminal enterprise investigations, and
an introduction to the Terrorist Screening Center.
InCOP 1—Train the Trainer is available to prepare law enforcement instructors to deliver
InCOP 1 as part of their agency’s in-service training. The training takes one and one-half days to complete and is
held at the Institute training offices, adjacent to the Oklahoma City National Memorial. Participants should be willing
to participate in group discussions and to present to the class an assigned teachback section.
Participants will learn the importance of their role as a collector in developing actionable intelligence, the behavior based reporting model, the power of
intelligence and the civil liberties issues that attach. They will also develop an understanding of the information-sharing environment within their police department.
Length: 3 hours
Format: Facilitator-guided presentation
Target Audience: Police officers and investigators
Delivery: Delivery models include
- Integration into in-service training
- A component of police academy training
- Other model suited to your training process
Training that Works
Through pre- and post-testing, InCOP is shown to improve officer knowledge.