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Fusion Center Locations and Contact Information
State and major urban area fusion centers (fusion centers) are owned and operated by state and local entities, and are designated by the governor of their state.
In accordance with the Federal Resource Allocation Criteria (RAC) policy (PDF, 144 KB, 4 pages). which defines objective criteria and a coordinated approach for prioritizing federal resource allocation to fusion centers, the federal government recognizes these designations and has a shared responsibility with state and local governments to support the national network of fusion centers.
There are two types of fusion centers:
- Primary Fusion Centers. A primary fusion center typically provides information sharing and analysis for an entire state. These centers are the highest priority for the allocation of available federal resources, including the deployment of personnel and connectivity with federal data systems.
- Recognized Fusion Centers. A recognized fusion center typically provides information sharing and analysis for a major urban area. As the Federal Government respects the authority of state governments to designate fusion centers, any designated fusion center not designated as a primary fusion center is referred to as a recognized fusion center.
- Alabama Fusion Center (Primary) – 334-517-2660
- Alaska Information and Analysis Center (Primary) – 907-269-8900 / 855-692-5425
- Arkansas State Fusion Center (Primary) – 501-618-8001/866-787-2332
District of Colombia
- Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center (Primary) – 202-481-3075
- Mariana Regional Fusion Center (Primary) – 671-478-0281
- Hawaii Fusion Center (Primary) – 808-628-2336
- Illinois Statewide Terrorism and Intelligence Center (Primary) – 877-455-7842
- Chicago Crime Prevention and Information Center; Chicago, IL (Recognized) – 312-745-5669
- Kansas Intelligence Fusion Center (Primary) – 785-274-1805