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Do You Know...

the signs of suspicious activity?

 

 

Do You Know...

how to report suspicious activity?

 

 

Awareness Materials

available in 11 languages.

 

 

Across the country, in our communities, we share everyday moments with our neighbors, family, coworkers, and friends. We go to work or school, the grocery store, or the gas station.

It's easy to overlook these routine moments, but as you’re going about your day, if you see something that doesn't seem quite right, say something.

By being alert and reporting suspicious activity to your local law enforcement, you can protect your family, neighbors, and community.

 

  • National Awareness Day

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    National Awareness Day

    September 25 has been designated as national “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day. The campaign works with partners year-round to inspire, empower and educate the public on suspicious activity reporting.

  • Translated Materials

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    Awareness Materials available in 11 languages

    The campaign has developed a suite of translated products intended to help provide equitable access to the “If You See Something, Say Something®” message, increasing the size of an alert and informed U.S. public.

  • Recognize the Signs

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    Recognize the Signs of Terrorism-Related Suspicious Activity

    We all play a role in keeping our communities safe. Remember to stay vigilant and say something when you see signs of suspicious activity.

  • How to Report Suspicious Activity

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    How to Report Suspicious Activity

    Public safety and security is everyone's responsibility. If you see suspicious activity, report it to local law enforcement or a person of authority using the "5W's".

If there is an emergency, call 9-1-1.

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