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How the MLRIN was established

The MLRIN was established to combine personnel and investigative resources to the Mariana Island regions.

MLRIN is an integral component of The National Fusion Center Enterprise and is one of 78 State Governor designated and DHS recognized fusion centers in The United States.

Providing essential visibility and training

With the cooperation of the law enforcement community, the MLRIN provides comprehensive intelligence products that give public safety officials a vital regional picture of trends and patterns relating to terrorist operations and other criminal activities. We also:

  • Provide training to public and private MLRIN member agencies-including the FBI and DHS
  • Serve as the Joint Terrorism Task Force for Mariana Islands Region

Protecting critical infrastructure

Beyond helping to protect the community, the MLRIN helps its members prepare for incidents of terrorism in order to protect critical infrastructure through heightened vigilance. We accomplish this by:

  • Collecting, compiling and analyzing trends to assess threats
  • Disseminating advisories, bulletins and alerts
  • Promoting a robust information sharing environment among all stakeholders

Supporting our national fusion center network

Per a 2006 presidential directive, the MLRIN serves as the regional "all crimes" intelligence fusion center. 

As such, we centralize the intake, analysis, fusion, synthesis, and dissemination of criminal and homeland security intelligence throughout the Mariana Islands and coastal communities.

 


MLRIN Mission

Coordinate the exchange of criminal intelligence, threats, and hazards and facilitate regional communication among Mariana Islands Law Enforcement, First Responders, Government and Private Sector Partners.


Participating Agencies
 
GOVERNMENT AGENCIES:
Judiciary of Guam Marshals
Judiciary of Guam Probation Officers
Guam Police Department
Department of Corrections Officers
Guam International Airport Police Officers
Customs and Quarantine Officers
Department of Agriculture Conservation Officers
Attorney Generals Office
Port Authority of Guam Police Officers

FEDERAL AGENCIES:
Andersen Air Force Base Security Officers
Naval Base Guam Security Officers
US Marshals
Federal Bureau of Investigations
Coast Guard Investigation Services
US Department of Homeland Security
US Attorney's Office

PUBLIC SAFETY AGENCIES/GOVERNMENT:
Guam Fire Department
Department of Public Health
Guam Department of Education
Guam Homeland Security