The Washington Regional Threat Analysis Center (WRTAC) was designated as the District’s primary fusion center on April 1, 2012, by Mayor’s Order 2012-37.
The WRTAC provides analysis of available data and facilitates information sharing to help detect, prevent and respond to threats to public safety. The WRTAC seeks to serve as a model fusion center that helps ensure a safe and secure District of Columbia and National Capital Region.
Suspicious Activity Reporting
The WRTAC tracks, analyzes and officially documents suspicious activity reporting information from the public, field interview reports and anonymous or confidential sources. To learn about how you can help report suspicious activity, please visit the Metropolitan Police Department’s iWATCH and Operation TIPP page.
The WRTAC’s Privacy Officer is responsible for receiving and responding to inquiries and complaints about privacy, civil rights, and civil liberties protections in the information system(s) maintained or accessed by the Center. The Privacy Officer can be contacted at the following address: [email protected], Attention: Privacy Officer.