If You See Something, Say Something

The recent tragic events in San Bernardino and Paris demonstrate the importance of sharing the If You See Something, Say Something national awareness campaign with our La Habra residents.

Orange County is a great place to live and work. Let’s keep it safe by being aware of our surroundings, using common sense and reporting questionable objects or activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. This means If You See Something, Say Something™.

If You See Something, Say Something™ is a national anti-terrorism public awareness campaign that emphasizes the importance of reporting questionable activity to law enforcement authorities. Funded by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Urban Area Security Initiative (UASI), the national campaign has expanded to reach states, counties, and cities and is administered in Orange County by the Santa Ana and Anaheim police departments.

An alert public plays a critical role in keeping our community safe. Remember to use common sense and good judgment if you see something that does not look right.
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The following are a few examples to help you identify a questionable object or activity:
  • An unattended bag, briefcase or box in a public venue
  • Cars or trucks left in No Parking Zones in front of important buildings or venues
  • Someone drawing or measuring important buildings
  • Strangers asking questions about security or building security procedures
  • The purchase of supplies or equipment that can be used to make bombs or weapons
  • Unusual smells or smoke that worries you
Reporting to the authorities is simple. For imminent threats, always call 911. Otherwise, call La Habra Police Department at 562-383-4300. Most importantly, do not take direct action, confront anyone, reveal your suspicions or touch an object. Just contact the authorities.

For more information about the Orange County campaign, a list of key indicators of possible terrorist activity or violent crimes and links to local, regional and national resources, visit the Keep OC Safe website.