The Inyo County Sheriff's Office is proud to announce our department has joined forces with the Department of Homeland Security, through the Sacramento Regional Terrorism Threat Assessment Center (RSACRTTAC), in the fight against terrorism.
What is the TLO Program?
The TLO is an individual that serves as the principal point of contact for our agency in matters related to terrorism information and intelligence.
The TLO, though not necessarily an expert in terrorism, attends meetings and receives terrorism training, information, and intelligence from the SACRTTAC and other entities engaged in terrorism intelligence and investigations.
The TLO educates others within the agency, thereby enhancing situational awareness, early warning, and operational preparedness.
TLO's are a vital link in keeping those engaged in public safety professions knowledgeable about current terrorist tactics, techniques, and practices. The TLO serves to educate the public safety personnel of indicators and warnings of potential terrorist activity that might otherwise go unnoticed and unreported.
TLO's coordinate, and/or facilitate community meetings, conferences, and other terrorism information sharing activities. TLO's also serve as their agency's point of contact for the public and private sector relationships in matters related to terrorism.
The Inyo County Sheriff's Office and the TLO encourages anyone with information about any possible terrorist or criminal activity to call our department.
Remember: all emergencies and in-progress calls need to be reported immediately by dialing 9-1-1
For all other information please contact:
Sergeant Andrew Marsh, Terrorism Liaison Officer (TLO)
at (760) 876-5102