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Behavioral Threat Assessment and Management (BTAM)
The Michigan State Police, Michigan Intelligence Operations Center (MIOC) is a recipient of the FY2021 U.S. Department of Homeland Security Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention Grant Program.
With this funding, MIOC has established a regional, multi-jurisdictional behavioral threat assessment and management (BTAM) team which covers the counties of Ingham, Eaton, and Clinton. This multi-disciplinary, community-based team follows a public health model to combat targeted violence and terrorism prevention.
If someone you know is showing concerning behavior, please report it to your local law enforcement agency for referral to the BTAM team or report it here: www.michigan.gov/michtip.To learn more about this project, contact MSP-BTAM@michigan.gov.
The MIOC has also utilized funding to create a Fusion Liaison Officer (FLO) program. This program provides training to law enforcement, first responders and select private sector partners to enhance awareness, strengthen collaboration and information sharing to prevent targeted acts of violence. Multiple training dates/locations are available through March of 2024. For more information on the FLO program, contact MSP-FLO@michigan.gov.
This project is funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Prevention Programs and Partnerships, opportunity number DHS-22-TTP-132-00-01.