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Ohio Homeland Security operates a statewide program to train and cultivate a network of law enforcement and security professionals to share information about terrorism threats and infrastructure protection. The Intelligence Liaison Officers (ILOs) are organized into eight regions and meet regularly for Homeland Security briefings and to share information.
If you are a security officer or private investigator and are interested in becoming an ILO, send an email to PISGS Training and Outreach Coordinator Tiffany Gehrlich briefly describing your background and professional experience and/or submit a resume. If selected for the ILO program, you will be scheduled for a one- or two-day workshop. Once completed, you will be invited to participate in ILO meetings in your region.