Antiterrorism and Force Protection (ATFP)
DHRA leadership is committed to ensuring the safety of all personnel assigned or attached to the Field Activity.
In order to achieve the highest possible levels of safety for both personnel and assets, the DHRA Headquarters has developed guidance supporting an overarching Force Protection Program and Plan.
- United States Northern Command (Homeland Security) (NORTHCOM) Web site
Unclassified guidance and resources on homeland security.
- Pentagon Force Protection Agency (PFPA) Web site
Current security conditions, threat levels, and other relevant information to DHRA personnel.
Eagle Eyes (PDF)
A look at how to identify and report suspicious activity.
Basic information about traveling overseas.
Travel.State.Gov - International Travel / ACS
Information about International Travel and the Office of American Citizens Services and Crisis Management (ACS)
Travel.State.Gov - Children & Family Services
Information about the Office of Children's Issues, a division within Overseas Citizens Services, provides specific services to parents in intercountry adoption and international family abductions.
Homeland Security Advisory System / Current U.S. Threat Level Status
Background information on the Homeland Security Advisory System as well as the current status of the United States Government’s national threat level.
Antiterrorism Level 1 Awareness Training Help Section
Antiterrorism Level 1 Awareness Training Help. Contains answers on technical issues and policy questions that users may have.
Our Geographic Combatant Command (GCC)
- Department of Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA)
The Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) official web site.
For more information, please speak with your component contact or email the DHRA Headquarters.