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Homeland Security Bureau
9105 Northwest 25th Street
Doral, FL 33172-1500 USA
Acting Major: Janna Bolinger-Heller
Homeland Security Bureau (HSB)
The Miami-Dade Police Department’s, Homeland Security Bureau is also a nationally recognized fusion center, known as the Southeast Florida Fusion Center (SEFFC). The mission of the HSB/SEFFC is to develop and implement effective information-sharing policies and collaborative programs, to ensure the effective dissemination of criminal intelligence information across a multi-jurisdictional and multi-discipline environment; and to build trusted relationships with our federal, state, local, tribal, and private sector partners, to enhance our ability to secure the homeland, while protecting the privacy of our citizens.
HSB/SEFFC Operational Sections
Intelligence Operations Center (IOC)
The IOC is the primary liaison, research and analysis hub. IOC staff monitors information as it is received from local, state, federal and open sources. Pertinent information is subsequently disseminated to the appropriate personnel.
Intelligence Section (IS)
The IS consists of the Intelligence Unit (IU). The IS has the responsibility for gathering, analyzing, disseminating and maintaining intelligence information for the Department. Additionally, the IS has the responsibility of coordinating the Department’s efforts in combating domestic terrorism. This includes conducting security and vulnerability assessments and identifying the security needs of critical infrastructures.
Technical Operations/Video Forensic Unit (TOVFU)
The TOVFU provides technical support in the form of sophisticated electronic equipment and operational expertise for all entities of MDPD.
Signs of Terrorism - Recognizing Suspicious Activity
If you have an emergency call 911. Should you experience any of the below listed activities you are encouraged to report any suspicious activities to the Southeast Florida Fusion Center, between 7 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday – Friday, and/or call 305-470-3880, email firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 305-470-3895. Our 24-hour Citizen Tip Line: 1-866-58-ALERT (25378). "You can be the difference."
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