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CENTENNIAL — While anti-terrorism agents in a secured intelligence hub supported FBI operations, state supervisors this week are training a new cadre of 65 "terrorism liaison officers" to serve as their eyes and ears around the state.
The new TLOs, as they are called, will bring the total deployed statewide to 370 — more than five times the initial target when the program began in 2007 — in one of the more robust state efforts to develop a federally guided grassroots network of intelligence agents.
TLOs in Colorado and at least nine other states "are the people who will stop an attack. . . . They will see the gathering of supplies. They are the people who, through their everyday activities, will be able to witness things that may be that small piece of a larger puzzle," said State Patrol Capt. Steve Garcia, director of the Colorado Information Analysis Center.
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