The Internet Protocol Camera Program (IPCP) provides the student 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.
FLETC has built a network specifically for the IPCP program. This network simulates various types of field installation broadband connectivity such as Cable, DSL and 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.
Applicant must be a law enforcement officer/agent with arrest authority in the prevention, detection, apprehension, detention and/or investigation of felony and/or misdemeanor violations of federal, state, local, tribal, or military criminal laws; Direct Law Enforcement Support Personnel (DLESP); or employees of a federal, state, local, tribal or international agency who perform functions directly related to a law enforcement or Department of Homeland Security (DHS) mission but do not necessarily have the authority to carry and use firearms, make arrests and/or conduct searches with or without a warrant. This category of personnel may also include military personnel preparing for deployment.
This program is part of the FLETC's Cybercrime Track (FCT) or the Electronic Surveillance (ELSUR) Track. By entering FCT or ELSUR into the search window, other related Cyber Division programs can be found.
Required Training Materials
- Electronic Law and Evidence
- Equipment Maintenance & Inventory
- Networks and the Internet
- IP Camera Concealment Operations
- Wireless Networks
Program Contact Info
Glynco: (912) 267-2062