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Fusion Centers In The News

 
National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office Announces Inaugural Award of MDA Excellence Award
11/30/16
RADM Robert Sharp USN, Director of the National Maritime Intelligence-Integration Office (NMIO) and Chair of the National Maritime Domain Awareness Executive Steering Committee (MDA ESC), presented the inaugural MDA ESC Award for MDA Excellence to Mr. Ronald Bounds from the Delaware Information and Analysis Center. [More]
 
Statement by the President after Briefing at the National Counterterrorism Center, cites integral role of "fusion cells [centers]"
Source: The White House
12/17/15 12:58 PM

“…[T]oday...we're stepping up our efforts to prevent attacks here at home.... [T]he NCTC is constantly sharing information with our state and local partners.  Across the country more than 100 joint terrorism task forces are the action arm of this fight -- federal, state, and local experts all working together to disrupt threats.  At the state level, fusion cells [centers] are receiving tips and pushing information out to local law enforcement….”


 
Combatting Terrorism in Mississippi: New Campaign Announced to Report Terrorist Threats
Source: WJTV12 (CBS)
12/14/15 5:55 PM

JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) – Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant and other state leaders unveiled a new way to report suspicious activity and stop terror threats in our state.

The new campaign is called, “If You See Something, Say Something”.

Bryant says it’s important to keep an eye out for criminal activity, suspicious comings, and goings or what could be a terror threat in your own back yard.

“Activity that we’re seeing is increasing. [More]
 

A look inside the Vermont Intelligence Center
Source: WCAX.com
12/10/15

WILLISTON, Vt. -
How far should police go to prevent terror? To solve crimes? Does tracking where Vermonters drive keep us safe?  Lawmakers are grappling with the tension between protecting personal privacy and pursuing public safety. [More]
 

Tracking Terror in North Carolina
Source: WFMY News 2
12/10/15

RALEIGH, NC – Call it a fusion center, an information hub or an anti-terrorism task force. All the descriptions fit North Carolina’s Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAAC) located in Raleigh. [More]
 

Kansas City's fusion center always on guard against credible threats
Source: KCTV5 News
12/08/15

KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -
The senseless violence in Paris and San Bernardino, CA, are clear reminders that terror can strike anywhere, which is why places like Kansas City have a command center on guard against it.

In the Century Tower building in northeast Kansas City is the Kansas City Terrorism Early Warning Fusion Center. [More]
 

Alabama Fusion Center making a difference in law enforcement
Source: WSFA 12 News.
12/02/15

The Fusion Center is part of the two best things coming from ALEA consolidation, according to Alabama Secretary of Law enforcement Spencer Collier

In the last 10 months, child predator arrests are up 33 percent. “That alone justifies the necessity and why we consolidated state law enforcement." Collier said." [More]
 

Wisconsin “See Something, Say Something” Campaign
Source: Office of the Governor - Scott Walker
12/02/15

Madison – Governor Scott Walker joined Major General Don Dunbar, law enforcement representatives, and representatives from the Wisconsin Homeland Security Council today to remind Wisconsin citizens to be vigilant this holiday season and report any suspicious activity.

“It’s incredibly important for Wisconsinites to be aware of their surroundings, especially during the holiday season when we attend special events, shop for our loved ones, and travel,” Governor Walker said. [More]