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Internet Protocol Camera Program (IPCP)

Up one level Internet Protocol Camera Program (IPCP)

This hands-on training program provides the students with the knowledge and practical experience of planning, programming, and installing an Internet Protocol (IP) camera and then using the Internet to transmit video images to a remote location for recording as evidence.

FLETC has built a campus wide network specifically for the IPCP program. This network simulates various types of field installation broadband connectivity such as Cable, DSL and EVDO Rev A Cellular. Each student will be assigned a complete inventory of equipment to create both wired and wireless IP camera installations. Various field exercises are designed to allow students to gain experience on programming, installing and recording of IP cameras.

Type: Advanced

Length: 5 days

Curriculum

  • Legal Use and Installation Of Covert Cameras
  • Fundamentals of Computer Networking
  • TCP/IP Transmission Protocols and The Internet
  • Network Hardware Basics
  • Cable, DSL, and EVDO Cellular Modems and Transmission Methods
  • Wi-Fi Routers, Bridges, Client Adaptors and Directional Antennas
  • IP Cameras and IP Video Servers
  • Camera Concealment Construction and Installation Techniques
  • Working With Internet Service Providers (ISP)
  • Remote Camera Installation Safety Concerns
  • IP Camera Recording Software Installation and Usage

Instructors

Instructional personnel in the Internet Protocol Camera Program (IPCP) include senior law enforcement instructors with many years of extensive electronic surveillance equipment operation backgrounds. The technical and operational experience gathered from hundreds of criminal investigations, allow our instructors to offer the latest in electronic surveillance operation techniques using IP cameras. This mix of qualified and experienced instructors comes from such agencies as the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI), Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS), state, county and local police departments. All IPCP instructors are members of the National Technical Investigators Association (NATIA).

Prerequisites for Attendance

For acceptance into any of the electronic surveillance programs the applicant must meet all of the following requirements:

  1. Be a full time sworn law enforcement officer/agent or a full time employee who is employed by a Federal, State, County or Municipal Law Enforcement Agency whose;
  2. Primary or secondary duty includes working in the technical surveillance,
  3. Has the approval of their respective agency and,
  4. Will be attending the training on agency time

All applicants are required to sign a statement that they have reviewed the prerequisites and that they meet all of the prerequisites required for attendance prior to attending.

Partner organization personnel have first priority for selection.

Contact Information

Training Technician
Technical Operations Training Facility
Bldg. 217
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center
Glynco, GA 31524
Phone: (912) 267-2702
Fax: (912) 267-2797
Fletc-TechnicalOpsTrngFacility@dhs.gov

Training Dates

G_IPCP-403 / Glynco, GA -- Sep 22, 2014 to Sep 26, 2014