Course

Course Summary
Credit Type:
Course
ACE Course Number:
USCB-0006
Organization Course Number:
USCB-0006
Location:
Classroom-based
Length:
73 days (590 hours)
Dates Offered:
Credit Recommendation & Competencies
Level Credits (SH) Subject
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 3 introduction to criminal justice
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 3 homeland security
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 3 criminal procedures
Lower-Division Baccalaureate 2 wellness
This course is recommended for a total of 11 semester hours in the lower-division baccalaureate/associate degree category
Description

Objective:

The course objective is to provide Air Interdiction Agents (AIAs), Marine Interdiction Agents (MIAs) and Air Enforcement Agents(AEAs) with the law enforcement skills needed to support CBP's anti-terrorism mission at U.S. borders including air-to-ground and maritime interception of people and contraband crossing the border and to provide support for CBP's traditional work such as border interceptions unrelated to terrorism.

Learning Outcomes:

  • support the CBP Air and Marine mission and offices in the effort to protect the American people and critical infrastructure as a member of an integrated and coordinated air and marine force to detect, interdict, and prevent acts of terrorism arising from unlawful movement of people, illegal drugs, and other contraband moving toward or crossing the borders of the United States.
  • Facilitate the flow of lawful goods and items in and out of the country
  • Support the CBP mission and offices in the effort to detect and interdict terrorists and instruments of terror
  • Detect and interdict the movement of illegal drugs and contraband
  • Support the CBP mission and offices in the effort to detect and interdict terrorists and instruments of terror
  • Detect and interdict the unlawful movement of people
  • Detect and interdict the movement of illegal drugs and contraband
  • Detect and interdict the unlawful movement of people
  • Facilitate the flow of lawful goods and items in and out of the country

General Course Topics:

  • History and mission
  • Immigration law
  • Nationality law
  • Line watch/sensors and sign cutting
  • Computer systems
  • Physical training
  • Firearms
  • OAM Primary Aviation Safety School (PASS)
  • Standardized Tactical Aviation Training (STAT)
  • Tasking, Operations and Management Information System (history and mission
  • Immigration law
  • Nationality law
  • Computer systems
  • Driver training
  • Physical training
  • Firearms
  • Marine tactics
  • Aircraft countermeasures
  • Survival training
  • Use of force
  • First aid
  • Fraudulent documents
  • Physical evidence
  • Surveillance
  • Criminal investigations and case management
  • Tactics
  • Interviewing
  • Gang recognition
  • Drug recognition
  • Smuggling trends
  • Asset forfeiture
  • Antiterrorism
  • Human trafficking
  • Survival tactical aviation initial
  • First responder and incident command systems
  • Prisoner processing
  • Crew mission planning
  • Tasking, elements of report writing
  • AMO continuing case investigation
  • Cultural diversity for law enforcement officers
  • Anticorruption and integrity
  • Equal employment opportunity (EEO) and diversity
  • Hazmat overview
  • Courtroom
  • Informants)
  • Marine tactics
  • Crew mission planning
  • Survival training
  • First responder and incident command system
  • Aircraft countermeasures
  • Tactics
  • Use of force
  • Smuggling trends
  • First aid
  • Fraud documents
  • Criminal investigations and case management
  • Interviewing
  • Gang recognition
  • Physical evidence
  • Antiterrorism
Instruction & Assessment

Instructional Strategies:

  • Audio Visual Materials
  • Classroom Exercise
  • Computer Based Training
  • Laboratory
  • Lectures
  • Practical Exercises

Methods of Assessment:

  • Case Studies
  • Examinations
  • Performance Rubrics (Checklists)

Minimum Passing Score:

70%
Supplemental Materials