This LSU NCBRT presentation describes strategies that first responders can use to establish communication between themselves and their communities. First responder agencies must work together to prevent and efficiently respond to extremist threats. Agencies must maintain awareness of trends and tactics to effectively prevent, prepare for, or respond to such an attack. In advance of high-profile dates, events, or other civic activities, first responders and their agencies need help from community groups and the private sector to identify threats and suspicious behavior.

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