Airstrikes lead to “See Something Say Something” revival

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (WANE)  The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) announced Wednesday that it’s relaunching the “See Something Say Something” campaign in light of U.S. airstrikes in the Middle East.

The campaign will use public service announcements, posters, social and broadcast media, websites and other means to influence citizens to be on the lookout for suspicious activity and if they see anything, report it to authorities.

“We want all Hoosiers who see something to say something,” said Governor Mike Pence. “If you identify what you think is suspicious activity, let those who are trained respond, but be their eyes and ears so they can better protect you and your loved ones.”

The IDHS encourages anyone who sees suspicious activity to contact local law enforcement or security, or the Indiana Intelligence Fusion Center at 877.226.1026 or iifc@iifc.in.gov. If danger is imminent, call 911. IDHS encourages everyone to program contact information for the Fusion Center and other public safety agencies into their phones so it will be easily accessible if needed.

For more information about the “See Something Say Something” campaign, click here.

 

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