(Salem, OR) -- A report from the Oregon Secretary of State says more can be done to reduce the risk of domestic terrorism. It says Oregon is one of 16 states that doesn't have legislation defining or criminalizing domestic terrorism. The Oregon Homeland Security Council needs to establish a statewide strategy for countering violent extremism. And, the report calls for better law enforcement training to identify potential threats. Over the last decade, Oregon has reported the sixth-highest number of domestic extremist incidents in the nation.