Salyers, Rick; Lutrick, Troy
February 2007
Fire Chief;Feb2007, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p48
Trade Publication
The article offers information about the Arizona Terrorism Liaison Officers program, operated at the Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center. It features weekly briefings on the latest terrorism techniques, trends, tactics, and procedures. The program allows fire service to take a proactive role in intelligence gathering and sharing. It includes participants from 21 law enforcement, four military, five federal and 13 fire service agencies across the state.


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