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If You See Something, Say Something® #SeeSayDay

If you see something, say something. Learn how to participate in #SeeSayDay this year. Join us on September 25. Photo of a woman holding and looking down at her cell phone.

Year-round, the “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign works to empower and educate the public on the importance of recognizing the signs of terrorism-related suspicious activity and how to report it to law enforcement. However, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has designated September 25 as “If You See Something, Say Something®” Awareness Day, also known as #SeeSayDay. On this day, DHS and its campaign partners across the country come together to remind the public to be aware of suspicious activity and how to report it to law enforcement.

How to Participate

“If You See Something, Say Something®” is more than just a slogan; it is the mindset that we all play a role in the safety of our communities. This #SeeSayDay, we encourage you to build awareness in your workplace and community about identifying and reporting terrorism-related suspicious activity. We ask that you lend your voice to help raise awareness by encouraging others to save the Suspicious Activity Reporting phone number for their location in their phone.

Join the “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign in building awareness in your workplace and community by encouraging others to save the Suspicious Activity Reporting number for their location in their phone. Download any of the graphics below to post on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, or Instagram before or on September 25th, #SeeSayDay. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #SeeSayDay in all your social posts!

#SeeSayDay Graphics for Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

 

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If you see something, say something. Learn your reporting number and report suspicious activity. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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What's your reporting number? Learn how to contact local authorities when you see suspicious activity.

 

 

 

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If you see something, say something. Learn your reporting number and report suspicious activity. Sept. 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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What's your reporting number? Learn how to report suspicious activity in your community. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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What's your reporting number? Learn how to report suspicious activity in your community. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

#SeeSayDay Graphics for Instagram

 

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If you see something, say something. Learn your reporting number and report suspicious activity. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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What's your reporting number? Learn how to contact local authorities when you see suspicious activity.

 

 

 

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What's your reporting number? Learn how to report suspicious activity in your community. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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If you see something, say something. Learn your reporting number and report suspicious activity. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

 

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If you see something, say something. Learn your reporting number and report suspicious activity. Sept 25 | #SeeSayDay

 

 

Here are several social media posts your organization can use to help raise awareness and promote #SeeSayDay. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #SeeSayDay in all your social posts!

  • What is the Suspicious Activity Reporting phone number for where you live, work, or spend a lot of time? This #SeeSayDay, help keep your community safe by saving the appropriate number(s) in your phone. Learn more about how to report terrorism-related suspicious activity: https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSay
  • This #SeeSayDay, help keep your community safe by saving the appropriate number(s) in your phone. Learn more about how to report terrorism-related suspicious activity: https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSay
  • The “If You See Something, Say Something®” campaign’s National Awareness Day is Sept. 25. Learn about the mission of the day and see how you can play a role at https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSayDay
  • You may have heard the slogan, but do you know who to call if you witness signs of terrorism-related suspicious activity? Wherever you spend time for work, school, or travel, be aware of your location’s Suspicious Activity Reporting phone number. Participate in #SeeSayDay on Sept. 25 by saving that number in your phone. By doing so, you’ll be prepared to do your part in keeping your community safe. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSay
  • Wherever you spend time for work, school, or travel, be aware of your location’s Suspicious Activity Reporting phone number. Participate in #SeeSayDay on Sept. 25 by saving that number in your phone. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSay
  • It’s #SeeSayDay. Do you know the best number to call to report terrorism-related suspicious activity? Click the link below to access the reporting information for wherever you work, live, or spend time – then save that number in your phone. https://bit.ly/3nPmTrc #SeeSay

Secretary Mayorkas and "If You See Something, Say Something®" Program Manager Susanna Marking Discuss #SeeSayDay

In recognition of #SeeSayDay, Secretary of Homeland Security, Alejandro N. Mayorkas, and Program Manager of the DHS "If You See Something, Say Something®" campaign, Susanna Marking, discuss the importance of reporting suspicious activity and how to participate in this year’s annual awareness day.

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Last Updated: 09/21/2022
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