Rural Surveillance Classes

Oct 11-15, 2021
Central Piedmont Community College in Huntersville, North Carolina

We are excited about offering, RURAL SURVEILLANCE, this much requested training October 11-15, 2021 through Central Piedmont Community College, Huntersville, North Carolina.

This 40-hour course is tuition free to North Carolina law enforcement agencies. This training is designed for the participant to obtain unique and specialized training to achieve the ability to conduct a rural/woodland operations and learn the art of invisibility in a woodland environment.  Course topics include:  Operational Planning, Camouflage Techniques, Prior
Intelligence of target Assessment, Safety Issues, Infiltration and Exfiltration Techniques, Hide Site Construction, Equipment Needs, and Surveillance Strategies.  This is a hands-on training exercise conducted under arduous conditions.  Participants should possess a working knowledge of video equipment.

Recommended Equipment:
Binoculars, camouflage clothing, ghillie hat, camouflage netting, field knife, camel back for water, ruck sack for equipment, video camera, SLR Camera, digital recorder, communication equipment (portable radio and cell phone), camo facial paint, plastic bags for waterproofing, small military shovel, duty and tactical weapons.

This course is 90% field work. Out of state Agencies must make payment arrangements with Pamlico Community College. Agencies must provide hotel, lodging, meals and transportation. Participates will receive continuing education college credits from Pamlico Community College.

BE PREPARED!!   YOU WILL BE IN THE WOODS THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS; THEREFORE, DRESS APPRORIATELY.
ALL STUDENTS MUST COMPLETE A CPCC LAW ENFORCEMENT REGISTRATION FORM PRIOR TO THE FIRST DAY OF ANY CLASS OFFERED. All Students MUST sign the form to be registered.

Send the completed form to Customer Service – CCECustomerServiceAllStaff@cpcc.edu or fax
to 704-330-4222.
Forms may be downloaded from:
http://www.cpcc.edu/public_safety/law-enforcement/in-
service-training/law-enforcement-in-service-training