INT 553 Recruitment Cycle

It is one thing for an individual to commit acts which are in the service of one’s own country, but much more complicated when trying to convince a person with placement and access to spy upon or commit acts which are considered inimical to the person’s organization. This course studies the world of clandestine intelligence collection, and the cycle for the recruitment of human intelligence (HUMINT) assets.

The course learning outcomes that you will demonstrate upon completion of this course are as follows:

Apply methods and procedures unique to the development and planning of HUMINT clandestine operations.  

Distinguish between various phases of HUMINT clandestine operations.

Conceptualize and plan realistic HUMINT clandestine operations.

Understand and apply tradecraft and clandestine operational techniques in different HUMINT hostile environments.  

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