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Anti Terrorism Resources

You are the first line of defense against terrorism, know what to do if you see something strange and know where to get information if and attack occurs. Below is a short list of guidelines and resources to help you be prepared.

- Before travelling enroll in the state departments STEP program.

- If you see something suspicious report it to security forces, local authorities, and/or the OSI Eagle Eyes Program.

- In the event of a terror attack follow all instructions from the department of state and local authorities.

- Dept. of State notifications can be recieved through the STEP program, or through social media by checking the DoS    facebook or twitter

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