Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3

A practical course designed to equip security professionals with the skills to conduct surveillance operations within the law.

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Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3

DURATION 5 days
FROM £540.00
MANDATORY REQUIREMENT FOR Becoming Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3 certificated
ELIGIBILITY 18+ years

COURSE UNITS
1 Plan, Brief & Debrief a specified Surveillance project, Operate Night Surveillance Task effectively and Demonstrate the Planning and Preparation of a Commercial Surveillance Task

2 Explain the Intelligence Cycle, Demonstrate Surveillance Awareness and explain the roles and uses of Equipment and Photography

3 Understand all Legislation applicable to commercial Surveillance operations, show how to use Public Transport for Surveillance and understand the use and deployment of Covert Video & Photography

4 Demonstrate effective use of Satellite Vehicle Tracking, plan a static Surveillance task and use and explain Anti & Counter Surveillance

5 Evidence Gathering & Law, navigation in an urban environment and demonstrate Advanced Foot & Mobile Surveillance

6 Illustrate the Legal Issues & the Continuity of Evidence, produce a Risk Assessments & Health and Safety and understand the Surveillance Codes of Practice & RIPA 2000

ASSESSMENT

Practical skill assessment, on-going formative assessment and exam

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What Is The Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3 Course?

The Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3 Course is predominantly a practical course containing training exercises; delivered in a realistic, structured and controlled environment. On completion candidates will be able to conduct surveillance activities in a competent and professional manner.

They will also develop a working knowledge of key legislation relevant to surveillance. All equipment required for the course, such as vehicles, covert radios and cameras are supplied.

Candidates on successful completion of the course will be awarded a Level 3 certificate in Surveillance.

What Does The Course Include?

The Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3 course enables trained and experienced search operators to develop and manage projects and manpower dedicated to the commercial search need based upon the current POLSA operations template, while also enhancing an individual’s operational capability and develop an integrated planning element to all tasks and to provide leadership and specialisation to a generic Security function.

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FAQs

Surveillance is the art of monitoring a target or subject's activities through observation and close watch. Typical subjects or targets include people, places, and vehicles. It is imperative to ensure surveillance is conducted in a covert manner so subjects or targets are unaware they are being observed.

There are a variety of reasons surveillance operations is used, from investigating crime to locating an individual, to conducting a surveillance investigation.

The aim of the Urban Surveillance Operations Award Level 3 course is to enable a trained and experienced search operator to develop and manage projects and manpower dedicated to the commercial search need based upon the current POLSA operations template. This includes to enhance an individual’s operational capability and develop an integrated planning element to all tasks and to provide leadership and specialisation to a generic Security function.

Yes, surveillance cameras are video cameras used for the purpose of observing an area and are used heavily during urban surveillance operations. They are often connected to a recording device or IP network, and may be watched by a security guard or law enforcement officer.

Intrusive surveillance is covert surveillance that is carried out in relation to anything taking place on residential premises or in any private vehicle, and that involves the presence of an individual on the premises or in the vehicle or is carried out by a means of a surveillance device.

There are two primary types of surveillance applications: overt and covert. Overt video means cameras are noticeable and can be seen within the protected premises.

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