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TERRORISM

Terrorism is the unlawful use or threatened use of force or violence by a person or an organized group against people or property with the intention of intimidating or coercing societies or governments, often for ideological or political reasons.

The Color-coded Threat Level System is used to communicate with public safety officials and the public at-large through a threat-based, color-coded system so that protective measures can be implemented to reduce the likelihood or impact of an attack. Because raising the threat levels have economic, physical, and psychological effects on the nation; the Department of Homeland Security Advisory System can place specific geographic regions or industry sectors on a higher alert status than other regions or industries, based on specific threat information.




HOMELAND SECURITY SYSTEM
ELEVATED CONDITION (YELLOW)
ELEVATED RISK OF TERRORIST ATTACKS
AMERICAN RED CROSS RECOMMENDED ACTIONS:
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Recommended Protective Action

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The Navajo Nation encourages individuals to report information concerning suspicious or criminal activity and cyber security incidents to your local law enforcment office.







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