Field Liaison Officer Program
The mission of the North Carolina Information Sharing and Analysis Center (ISAAC)  is to be the conduit of the network of state, local, tribal, territorial, and federal partners to work together in order to share and disseminate information.  The biggest tool of any Fusion Center is its Field Liaison Officer Program (FLO).  These FLO fuse together from a myriad of public and private sectors, creating a robust community of local collectors and sharers. Because they are locally placed, they are able to recognize the threat with the proper perspective that can only be obtained by working on the front line in their communities.  The FLO’s have the unique ability to share with their local law enforcement, public safety, and private sector the interests of the ISAAC but also to recognize local needs that can be addressed through the ISAAC or its partners.

The ISAAC offers several training opportunities for the FLO network to include; FLO Certification Trainings, Information Sharing Trainings and FLO Workshop held annually.  

How to become a FLO

If you are interested in the opportunity to become a FLO please contact

You must be currently employed as a law enforcement officer, public safety professional (EM, Fire, EMS) or private sector critical infrastructure professional to qualify as a FLO.