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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is currently developing training in the field of intelligence and information sharing capabilities. During the interim, the Michigan Intelligence Operations Center (MIOC) is developing or recommending training programs for our partners.  These efforts are important in building awareness, institutionalizing the importance of criminal intelligence, increasing the value of intelligence personnel, fostering relationships among the law enforcement community, improving the ability to detect and prevent acts of terrorism and other crimes, and most importantly creating a safer home for Michigan citizens.

Please note, the MIOC is not a fiduciary agent for any federal, state or local grant program.  MIOC personnel can not advise you on the eligibility of grant funds to participate or attend any trainings listed on this website.  Questions regarding eligibility should be directed to your grantor.

Local Law Enforcement Training

For further information, please contact the MIOC Local Law Enforcement Training Coordinator, Insp. Mary Johnson, Michigan State University Police Department at:

Intelligence Liaison Officer (ILO) Training: The MIOC offers introductory intelligence liaison officer training geared towards the investigator and uniformed road officer.  Topics covered in this one day training include:

  • MIOC-Fusion Center Overview  & MIOC Reporting & Contact Information
  • International Terrorism
  • Domestic Terrorism
  • Fraudulent Documents and Facial Recognition
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction Brief
  • Homeland Security Teams (Narcotics, Smuggling & Human Trafficking)
  • Organized Crime
  • Terrorism Screening Center (TSC) & Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF)

MIOC Onsite Field Training: The MIOC offers opportunities for employees of local law enforcement agencies to work and train directly with investigators and analysts in the MIOC.  Field training is determined on a case by case basis.

Training for Partners of the Intelligence Cycle;

The public safety and private sector components of the fusion process represent nontraditional gatherers of information and present an opportunity to enhance and increase the amount of information shared.  The MIOC has developed a recommended list of federal training programs for our partners consideration.  Note some of these trainings may not be available to your agency unless sponsored by a local law enforcement entity.    

All Personnel:


Administrative Records and Information Technology Personnel:

Dispatcher and Watch Center Personnel:?

Investigators and Intelligence Liaison Officers/Agencies: