The dangers and consequences of terrorism, as well as the rules of behavior in terrorist situations, are the subjects that SIS officers promote in summer camp for children.
Moreover, at meetings with minors, officers of the SIS Anti-terrorism Center explain what intelligence work means, as well as what are the values that guide the activity of the Intelligence and Security Service.
Both students and teachers are familiar with legal issues and practices to ensure anti-terrorism protection in schools and crowded places. In this respect, young people are offered the "Anti-Terrorist Guidance", which contains instructive-practical recommendations on how to act and react in certain circumstances or situations.
Furthermore, children are trained in activities where various situations of terrorist crisis are simulated. Thus, adolescents learn about the role of SIS officers and the whole of society in ensuring state security.