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If You See Something, Say Something®

We all play an important role in maintaining safe communities and preventing terrorism. If you see something suspicious, report it to 9-1-1 or local authorities.

 Report Suspicious Activity, Call 9-1-1


What is Suspicious Behavior?

Unusual items or situations such as an unattended bag or a vehicle parked in an odd location

Eliciting or gathering information, such as a person questioning about building operations or security at a level beyond curiosity

Surveillance that goes beyond casual or professional interest such as repeat and/or prolonged observation, or someone taking notes and/or measurements

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What to Report?
  • WHO did you see?
  • WHAT did you see?
  • WHEN did you see it?
  • WHERE did it occur?
  • WHY is it suspicious?


Available at no cost to New Hampshire-based communities, schools and organizations.

Includes 8.5x11 inch, 11x17 inch and 24x36 inch posters, and 5x8 inch window clings.

Includes 8.5x11 inch and 11x17 inch posters, and 5x8 inch window clings.

For More Information, contact the HSEM Community Outreach Office.

 What is NOT Suspicious?

Factors such a race, ethnicity, gender, and/or religious affiliation are not indicators of suspicious behavior.

About the Campaign

"If You See Something, Say Something®" is a national campaign that raises public awareness of the indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, as well as the importance of reporting suspicious activity to state and local law enforcement.

If You See Something Say Something, Call 9-1-1

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