About the Hawaii State Fusion Center
The Hawaii State Fusion Center (HSFC)
is a Hawaii State government program that facilitates intelligence sharing
between local, state, and federal agencies, and the public and private sectors.
As the nation’s 77th Fusion Center, it is uniquely structured to empower
front-line law enforcement, public safety, fire service, emergency response,
public health, critical infrastructure partners, and private sector security
personnel to understand local implications of national intelligence, thus
enabling local officials to better protect their communities.
What We Do
The HSFC collects
tips, leads, and other threat information through suspicious activity reporting
(SAR). It conducts analysis, disseminates intelligence, and provides training
and technology resources. The top priorities are counter terrorism and cyber
The HSFC serves multiple sectors in a "whole of community" approach.
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