The State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (SLATT) Program is funded by the United States Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance. The Program is dedicated to providing critical training and resources to our nation's law enforcement, who face the challenges presented by the terrorist/violent criminal extremist threat. To help confront this threat, the SLATT Program provides specialized multiagency anti-terrorism detection, investigation, and interdiction training and related services to state, local, and tribal law enforcement and prosecution authorities.


The SLATT Program has been proactively involved in anti-terrorism research and training since 1996. SLATT focuses on the prevention of terrorism in the United States by providing the tools necessary for state, local, and tribal law enforcement officers to understand, detect, deter, and investigate acts of terrorism in the United States by both international and domestic terrorists.


A transcript of the About SLATT video is available here.


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