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Video and Audio Content

Explore the campaign video and audio resources below. Most campaign content is accessible in English and Spanish, and several videos are available as 15-second, 30-second, and 60-second downloads.

  • Video: Public Awareness

    Working together, we can all help secure our country. This video showcases why it is crucial to say something when you see signs of suspicious activity.

  • Videos: Take the Challenge

    This series of videos aims to keep our schools and communities safer by challenging the viewer to be observant of their surroundings.

  • Video and Audio: Why I SeeSay

    We all have something worth protecting—our family, our friends, our community. This Public Service Announcement helps viewers and listeners identify the many reasons why they should “See Say” by showcasing a variety of locations—sporting events, school, concerts—where staying alert is vital. 

  • Video and Audio: Protect Your Every Day

    This Public Service Announcement seeks to empower everyday citizens to protect their neighbors and the communities they call home by recognizing and reporting suspicious activity. Across the country, we all play a role in keeping each other safe.

  • Video and Audio: Sporting Events

    DHS partnered with the five major professional sports leagues (Major League Baseball, National Basketball Association, National Football League, Major League Soccer, and the National Hockey League) to develop Public Service Announcements that encourages the public to report suspicious activity. 

  • Video: Traveling

    This Public Service Announcement stresses the importance of recognizing and reporting suspicious activity when traveling. 

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Last Updated: 09/28/2022
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