Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center: Reporting Suspicious Activity.

We have been living in a quite problematic and dangerous world. There have been many threats to us, our communities, our regions, and our nations. We have to be alerted and stay vigilant; yet, we have to help our local and national law enforcement agencies to fight a war on terror by reporting suspicious activities. Thus, we may better protect our kids and loved ones. Below is an advisory having been issued by The Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center.

Reporting Suspicious Activity
On Sunday, May 1, 2011, President Obama announced that Usama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. military forces. Based on this event, all Citizens are requested to increase vigilance and maintain a heightened awareness of suspicious activities. Though there are no known specific threats and the current threat level has not changed, citizens are asked to maintain situational awareness of themselves and their surroundings.

The Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center is a joint effort between the Department of Public Safety, Arizona Department of Homeland Security, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and local Police and Fire Departments. ACTIC is requesting any suspicious activity be forwarded to the ACTIC Watch Center. Information can be forwarded via telephone at 1-877-2SAVE-AZ (1-877-272-8329) or emailed to actic@azdps.gov.

Please keep yourself and other citizens apprised of current events and possible threats that may be prevalent. A video outlining eight possible signs of terrorism is available on the ACTIC website Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center. You can also go to www.8signs.org to view the video.

Again, Citizens are reminded to stay vigilant and maintain awareness of their surroundings. To report suspicious activity, please contact the ACTIC Watch Center at 1-877-2SAVE-AZ (1-877-272-8329), on the website at Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center or via email at actic@azdps.gov

Arizona Counter Terrorism Information Center

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