To represent the interests of state and major urban area fusion centers, as well as associated interests of states, tribal nations, and units of local government, in order to promote the development and sustainment of fusion centers to enhance public safety; encourage effective, efficient, ethical, lawful, and professional intelligence and information sharing; and prevent and reduce the harmful effects of crime and terrorism on victims, individuals, and communities.
ISACs (Information Sharing and Analysis Centers) are trusted private sector entities established by Critical Infrastructure Key Resource (CI/KR) owners and operators to provide comprehensive sector analysis, which is shared ISAC members and government.
The goal of the ISAC program is to provide members with accurate, actionable, and relevant information for risk mitigation, incident response, alert and information sharing.
The NFCA Annual Training Event November 3 - 5, 2015, in Alexandria, Virginia.
The National Fusion Center Association Annual Training Event is a key forum for designated state and major urban area fusion centers to receive training and technical assistance and to exchange best practices to support capabilities of the National Fusion Center Network. This event supports efforts to further integrate the national network of fusion centers with key local, state and federal law enforcement partners and private industry partners.
Former Fusion Center Director is recognized by Attorney General Holder
The William French Smith Award for Outstanding Contributions to Cooperative Law Enforcement is an honorary award granted to recognize state and local law enforcement officials who have made significant contributions to cooperative law enforcement endeavors. This year's award is presented to Timothy J. Johnstone, Executive Director of the Sacramento Regional Threat Assessment Center of the Central California Intelligence Center, for his development of the office's "Fusion Center" model in the Eastern District of California. With his leadership, more than 250 law enforcement agencies over 88,000 square miles and 34 counties have been able to communicate effectively with one another on key law enforcement planning matters.
Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center team accepts the Team of the Year award from Mayor Vincent C. Gray.