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CP3 has developed the following resources about key topics in targeted violence and terrorism prevention.

Other DHS Resources

  • Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA)

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    CISA is committed to supporting efforts to maintain safe and secure houses of worship and related facilities while sustaining an open and welcoming environment. In partnership with the Department of Homeland Security Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships and the Faith-Based Information Sharing and Analysis Organization, CISA provides resources that assist houses of worship in securing physical and cyber infrastructure.

  • DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnership (DHS Center)


    The DHS Center for Faith-Based and Neighborhood Partnerships fosters partnerships between government and faith-based organizations to increase the nation's resilience by creating trust and developing relationships. The Center leverages emergency management tools, experts, and resources to ensure faith leaders, houses of worship, and community organizations are ready when disaster strikes. It also helps faith and community leaders improve the safety and security of their facilities.

  • National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC)

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    NTAC was established as a component of the Secret Service in 1998 to provide research and guidance in direct support of the Secret Service protective mission, and to others with public safety responsibilities. The center’s staff is composed of a multidisciplinary team of social science researchers and regional program managers who support and empower our partners in law enforcement, schools, government, and other public and private sector organizations to combat the ever-evolving threat of targeted violence impacting communities across the United States.

  • National Threat Evaluation and Reporting (NTER) Program Office


    NTER equips homeland security partners with tools and resources to identify, report, and mitigate threats of terrorism and targeted violence to keep the Homeland safe primarily through two lines of effort: the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting Initiative and Behavioral Threat Assessment Integration.

  • See Something, Say Something


    If You See Something, Say Something®” is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the signs of terrorism and terrorism-related crime and how to report suspicious activity to state and local law enforcement. It’s easy to be distracted during our daily routines such as going to work, school, or the grocery store, but as you’re going about your day, if you see something that doesn’t seem quite right, say something. Learn more about the campaign, how to participate, and how to recognize and report suspicious activity.

Additional Resources 

Access additional prevention resources developed outside of CP3 by category. 

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Last Updated: 06/28/2024
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