“IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING!”
If you see something, say something is a tip line which allows Hoosiers to report any type of suspicious criminal or terrorist activity that they may see or hear. The tip line is sponsored by the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Indiana State Police, Indiana Department of Homeland Security, Marion County Emergency Management, Purdue University, Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis, and University of Indianapolis.
Suspicious activity may include the following: Suspicious persons taking photographs or videos of buildings, bridges, or other locations; Suspicious persons asking unusual and detailed questions about security, public transportation, or facilities; Vehicles which seem out of place or suspicious; Packages which seem out of place or suspicious; Individuals departing quickly when seen or approached; A strong odor coming from a building or vehicle; Individuals who appear to be over dressed for the type of weather.
Keep in mind the following when reporting suspicious activity:
- Activity (Describe exactly what they are doing)
- Location (Provide exact location)
- Size (The number of people, ages, gender, and physical descriptions of each individual involved)
- Time (Provide date, time, and duration of activity)
- Equipment (Describe vehicle, color, make, license plate, guns, camera, etc..)
The tip line may be contacted by dialing 1-877-226-1026. For more information please visit www.in.gov/iifc. In cases of emergency, please call 911 or local law enforcement.
The Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI) has developed training to increase your ability to identify, report, evaluate, and share pre-incident terrorism indicators.
Learn more about Nationwide SAR Initiative (NSI), visit http://nsi.ncirc.gov/.