Intelligence-Led Policing

BAIS Students with 100 plus credits can take upto three of these courses as free electives.

This 18-credit, 6-course certificate explores the changes in policing. Intelligence-Led Policing involves the modern techniques that integrate best practices of community policing with law enforcement intelligence.   This methodology builds on the use of data and information to solve issues involving crime, homeland security and quality of life.

Choose six courses from the following:
MADS 6628*+ – Building Strategic Partnerships
MADS 6679* – Intelligence-Led Policing: Concepts, Practices, & Issues
MADS 6680 – Strategic Planning for Intelligence-Led Policing
MADS 6681 – Intelligence Team Management
MADS 6682 – Intelligence Analysis
MADS 6683 – Tactical & Operational Management
MADS 6684 – Principles of Information & Intelligence Collection
MADS 6685 – Fusion Center Operations & Integration

*Also available in online modality

+ National Guard Bureau Approved Online Courses

For more information about graduate certificates and the Master of Administrative Science program, please contact:

Lorraine S. Nienstedt
Assistant Director,
School of Administrative Science
Petrocelli College of Continuing Studies
201-692-7172 or 7171(Voice)
201-692-7179 (Fax)

International students please contact:

New Jersey, USA FDU campus,
Office of International Admission

Vancouver, Canada FDU campus
Admissions Office
Tel:1-877-338-8002 Toll Free (U.S. and Canada)