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The United States Department of Homeland Security is encouraging you, the American Citizen, to become more involved in the fight against terrorism by encouraging you to be alert and to report suspicious activity whenever it is observed. The "See Something, Say Something" campaign is intended to make the possibility of a terrorist attack more difficult by enlisting the eyes and ears of this Country's Citizenry.
It may be difficult to determine when to report something suspicious. People most familiar with a given environment are in the best position to determine whether or not something is out of the ordinary. Use common sense and follow these simple guidelines:
· Trust your instincts; if something feels wrong, don't ignore it
· Never assume that someone else has already reported it
· Call Local authorities
· Keep your distance-Never approach a suspicious person, situation or package
When you make a report, be ready to provide your name, your location, a description of what you think is suspicious and the time you saw it. Remember, let the professionals assess the situation and to make the determination as to whether the situation is a real threat or just an honest mistake.
If you do not know your local police departments phone number, just dial 911.
Important numbers to remember are:
1st Precinct|313.237.2850 2nd Precinct|313.596.5200 3rd Precinct|313.596.5300
4th Precinct|313.596.5400 5th Precinct|313.596.5500 6th Precinct|313.596.5600
7th Precinct|313.596.5700 8th Precinct|313.596.5800 9th Precinct|313.596.5900
10th Precinct|313.596.1000 11th Precinct|313.596.1100 12th Precinct|313.596.1200
The Federal Bureau of Investigation - 313-965-2323
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