a CIAC TLO
The Colorado Information Analysis Center (CIAC) Threat Liaison Officer (TLO) Program
is designed to strengthen information sharing and enhance multi-jurisdiction
and multidisciplinary partnerships throughout Colorado. The program was
developed to provide participants with effective means of information sharing
related to local, regional, and global threats, suspicious activity and
TLO is any law enforcement (sworn or non-sworn), emergency services, military,
public health, private, non-profit or other public sector employee who has
responsibility within their agency to report and disseminate suspicious
activity and/or other threat-related information and has been properly certified
through the CIAC TLO training program.
to the TLO program must:
a U.S. Citizen
referred by an active TLO or CIAC staff member or partner
a supervisor or agency representative complete a nomination form
complete a one (1) day TLO certification class
in at least two (2) TLO events annually
- Successfully complete a TLO Recertification Class every three (3) years to remain active in the program
- Act as the primary point of contact between your agency and the CIAC during unfolding events.
threat information and intelligence sent by the CIAC and distribute to relevant
internal stakeholders as appropriate.
to CIAC requests for information in a timely manner.
a TLO you will benefit from:
- A statewide network of multi-jurisdictional and multidisciplinary partners.
- Access to relevant threat-related information, intelligence, exclusive training, and resources.
- Quarterly updates on what the CIAC is working on and how to assist.
- National recognition as a trusted partner within the larger nationwide Fusion Liaison Officer (FLO) Program network.
questions about the TLO program should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org