Department of Homeland Security announces update to national terrorist advisory system

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 Back in 2011, the Department of Homeland Security replaced the color-coded system with the national terrorist advisory system (NTAS).

Guam – The Department of Homeland Security has announced a new alert to the national terrorism advisory system.

 

Guam Department of Homeland Security and the Mariana Regional Fusion Center announced today their alignment with a new update in the NTAS. Per a release from Guam Homeland Security, the department of homeland security has added the NTAS bulletin to accompany the existing ‘elevated’ and ‘imminent’ threat alerts with regards to terrorist threats. The NTAS bulletin will “provide information describing broader or more general trends and current developments regarding threats of terrorism.” with the introduction of the bulletin, the NTAS will now consist of two types of advisories: alerts and bulletin. The bulletin advisory was last updated on November 15 of this year. Back in 2011, the department of homeland security replaced the color-coded system with the national terrorist advisory system. All advisories will be simultaneously posted at DHS.gov.