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Terrorism Prevention

DHS Launches “Be Your REAL ID Self” Public Awareness Campaign

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has begun a new nationwide public awareness campaign, “Be Your REAL ID Self” to promote awareness of the REAL ID requirements and encourage the public to act before the October 1, 2021 full enforcement deadline.

Mitigating Social Isolation in Youth

Parents and educators are united in ensuring that children remain healthy during this pandemic. The Office for Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (OTVTP) helps everyone remain safe by working with local communities to develop local prevention frameworks.

Strategic Framework for Countering Terrorism and Targeted Violence

The United States faces increasingly complex threats from terrorism and targeted violence. Both continue to pose a grave threat in ways that have evolved dramatically in the nearly two decades since the 9/11 attacks. Although foreign terrorist organizations remain intent on striking our Homeland, we also face a growing threat from domestic actors.  Our enemies seek to spur violence in our communities and divide our society.  Combating terrorism and targeted violence requires the combined efforts of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS or Department), our Federal and state, local, tribal and territorial (SLTT) government partners and civil society.

LRBAA Today Webinar Series

LRBAA Today Webinar Series - DHS S&T's newest webinar series! Learn more about the Department’s research challenge areas, specific to S&T’s LRBAA topics. 

Building Peer-to-Peer Engagements

Encouraging peer-to-peer conflict resolution and violence prevention initiatives among young people helps communities build resilience against terrorism, and in turn, provides critical protective factors for youth.

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