If You See Something, Say Something® #SeeSayDay

If You See Something, Say Something® #SeeSayDay

A collage of individuals holding speech bubbles stating "Why I SeeSay"; a couple lists 'for each other'; a young man on a bus lists 'my community'; a high school student lists 'my friends'; a family in front of a house of worship lists 'our family'. Learn how you can play a role. "If You See Something, Say ®". Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay; If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal.
If You See Something, Say Something National Awareness Day Sept 25th

The “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign works with partners year-round to empower and educate the public on suspicious activity and how to report it. The campaign has designated September 25 as “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day, also known as #SeeSayDay.

“If You See Something, Say Something®” is more than a slogan. It’s how we protect ourselves, our loved ones, and our communities. You play a key role by recognizing and reporting suspicious activity.  This September, we encourage you to build awareness in your community about what suspicious activity is and how to report it.

To raise awareness how to recognize and report suspicious activity during National Preparedness Month, we invite the public to share why they #SeeSay on social media using #WhyISeeSay and #SeeSayDay.

How to Participate

Participating in #SeeSayDay on September 25th is simple. Using #WhyISeeSay and #SeeSayDay, post on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook to share why recognizing and reporting suspicious activity is important to you. Below are a few other ways you can help raise awareness of suspicious activity reporting on #SeeSayDay.

  • Organize a group photo: Download this bubble sign, write down why you SeeSay, and take a photo with friends, family, or colleagues. Don’t forget to share the photo on social media using #WhyISeeSay and #SeeSayDay.
  • Learn the indicators of terrorism-related suspicious activity and share this webpage on social media with #SeeSayDay to encourage others to do the same.
  • Learn how to report suspicious activity in your state. Share the reporting information with friends, family, or colleagues to help make your community safer.
  • Test your awareness by taking The Challenge and encourage others to test their observance skills as well.
  • Host an event. Facilitate an event or training, such as a panel discussion or employee education event, to foster conversation about suspicious activity and how to recognize and report it. Encourage attendees to share what they learned on social media using #WhyISeeSay and #SeeSayDay.

Ready-to-Use Social Media Posts

Here are some social media posts you can use to promote #SeeSayDay:

  • The “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign’s National Awareness Day is September 25th. Learn about the mission of the day and see how you can play a role at dhs.gov/SeeSayDay #WhyISeeSay #SeeSayDay
  • September 25th is #SeeSayDay. I’ll be sharing #WhyISeeSay to raise awareness of why it is important to report suspicious activity. Will you?
  • By reporting suspicious activity, you play a role in keeping your community safe. Spread the word on how to recognize and report suspicious activity with us on #SeeSayDay. Here’s how you can play a role on #SeeSayDay 9/25: dhs.gov/SeeSayDay
  • Today is #SeeSayDay. I SeeSay to keep my friends, family, and community safe. #WhyISeeSay
  • On National “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day, we will be sharing why we SeeSay. Join us on September 25th. #WhyISeeSay #SeeSayDay

Ready-to-Use Social Media Graphics

Join the “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign in raising awareness of terrorism-related suspicious activity during National Preparedness Month. Download any of the graphics below to post on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram before or on September 25th, #SeeSayDay.

#SeeSayDay graphics for Facebook and Twitter.

We can help keep our communities safe by reporting suspicious activity to local law enforcement. #SeeSayDay. September 25th. If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal  September is National Preparedness Month. Share why you report suspicious activity using #SeeSayDay and #WhyISeeSay on September 25th. If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal  I'll be sharing #WhyISeeSay for #SeeSayDay on September 25th to raise awareness of reporting suspicious activity in my community. Will You? If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal

#SeeSayDay graphics for Instagram.

We can help keep our communities safe by reporting suspicious activity to local law enforcement. #SeeSayDay. September 25th. If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal  September is national preparedness month. Share why you report suspicious activity using #SeeSayDay and #WhyISeeSay on September 25th. If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal  I'll be sharing #WhyISeeSay for #SeeSayDay on September 25th to raise awareness of reporting suspicious activity in my community. Will you? If You See Something Say Something logo. U.S. Department of Homeland Security Seal

#SeeSayDay Toolkits

Organizations and individuals can utilize the #SeeSayDay toolkits to raise awareness of recognizing and reporting suspicious activity in their communities during National Preparedness Month. The toolkits include:

  • Links to Awareness Day resources and tools.
  • Suggested content and images for promotion on social media.
  • Press release template for external partnership and #SeeSayDay promotion.

Download the toolkits.

#SeeSayDay Videos

Secretary Mayorkas Discusses #SeeSayDay
In recognition of #SeeSayDay, Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro N. Mayorkas discusses the importance of reporting suspicious activity and how to participate in the annual awareness day.

Click here to watch past SeeSay Day videos from additional thought leaders.

 

Download the SeeSay bubble sign

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