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Infrastructure Liaison Officer (ILO) Program


Mission Statement: To build a robust statewide network of public and private sector volunteers helping Texas law enforcement reduce vulnerabilities to critical infrastructure.

Overview of the Texas Fusion Center ILO Program

The ILO Program is designed to enhance information and intelligence sharing between law enforcement agencies and public and private sector critical infrastructure entities. ILOs are vetted to receive intelligence information and trained to properly identify and report suspicious activities, possible threats to critical infrastructure, and crimes to the state's 24/7 fusion center – the Texas Fusion Center (TFC). The TFC houses a mixture of state, local, and federal law enforcement agencies that work together to share information and coordinate activities. ILOs are a key component in protecting critical infrastructure in Texas.

What the ILO program will do for participating partners

What ILOs do for the Texas Fusion Center

Becoming an ILO

We seek committed, active partners to be our ILOs. ILOs will be responsible for receiving, safeguarding, and routing law enforcement-related information to appropriate decision-makers within their organization for potential action and collaboration with police. Commissioned officers whose duties include protecting infrastructure are encouraged to apply and can earn Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) credit for attending training. Continuing education credits from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) also will be offered. Ideally, ILOs:

ILO Application

E-mail completed applications to