After a two-year separation, the FBI wants to get back together with San Francisco.

The bureau sent Mayor London Breed a letter on Jan. 29, touting the advantages of a currently suspended partnership between the FBI and the San Francisco Police Department — meant largely to quash terrorist threats in the region.

“The San Francisco Division of the FBI receives 1,000 allegations per year involving acts of terror,” wrote Special Agent in Charge John F. Bennett in the letter. “Many of those allegations appear serious and cannot be ignored.”

The SFPD pulled out of the so-called Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in February 2017, facing pressure from civil liberties advocates and members of the Muslim community, who felt that the Feds and the SFPD would collaborate to a higher degree to target undocumented immigrants and Muslim residents under the Trump Administration.

Read more: San Francisco Chronicle