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Intelligence Liaison Officer Program

The Intelligence Liaison Officer (ILO) Program increases local, statewide, and regional intelligence collaboration by building relationships with local representatives who report to the Ohio Fusion Center Network (OFCN) for the purpose of analysis, sharing, and dissemination of intelligence.

The ILO Program allows a diverse range of sectors to enhance street-level intelligence collection by having trained ILOs with the ability to recognize threat indicators and report suspicious activity through their agency/organization to the OFCN. Currently, Ohio has over 1,400 ILOs in the field, with at least one ILO serving as a point of contact in every county across the state.

For additional information and to join the program, please visit the Ohio Homeland Security ILO Webpage.