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Happy Anniversary, #SeeSay!

On July 1 and throughout July, join us in commemorating the 14th anniversary of the “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign. Learn how you can continue empowering communities to make a difference.

Be the One to Speak Up

Have you seen something suspicious? Report it to local authorities. Your tip could help save a life.

Spot Suspicious Activity

Stay prepared by knowing what types of suspicious activity could indicate terrorism.

Spread the Word

Play a role in keeping our nation safe. Share campaign materials to help raise awareness in your community.

"If You See Something, Say Something®" is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the signs of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and how to report suspicious activity to state and local law enforcement.

We all play a role in keeping our communities safe. It’s easy to be distracted during our daily routines such as going to work, school, or the grocery store, but as you’re going about your day, if you see something that doesn’t seem quite right, say something.

En español: Información sobre la Campaña

  • About the Campaign

    Learn about the campaign’s mission, history, and other resources available.

  • Participate in the Campaign

    Help your community or organization recognize the signs of suspicious activity and learn how to report it to local authorities.

  • Recognize Suspicious Activity

    Stay alert and say something when you see signs of suspicious activity.

  • Report Suspicious Activity

    If you see suspicious activity, report it to local law enforcement or a person of authority.


Do not report suspicious activity to the Department of Homeland Security. Instead, notify local law enforcement.