This brief document provides an overview of the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training Program, including a list of training courses and additional resources.
This informational document describes the development and mission of the State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program, noting that the SLATT Program addresses the prevention of terrorism, targeted violence, and hate crimes by providing no-cost and role-based training, resources, and technical assistance to state, local, tribal, territorial (SLTT), and federal law enforcement officers and criminal justice agencies. It also notes that the SLATT Program offers an initial introduction to countering terrorism, targeted violence, and hate crimes for many law enforcement and criminal justice practitioners. The document describes the training courses, which are geared toward the following roles: executives and managers, courses on executive planning; investigators and analysts, courses on uncovering and preventing terrorism; patrol officers and line personnel, courses on effectively countering terrorism; and courses on building threat mitigation capacity for stakeholders in law enforcement, criminal justice, and public safety organizations. Additional resources discussed in this document include webinars, technical assistance, and SLATT contact information.
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