San Diego County's Anti-Terrorism Campaign
The public awareness campaign is aimed at helping San Diegans detect and prevent terrorist acts in the community. A locally-produced video details the "Eight Signs of Terrorism" so that everyone can help law enforcement. The video features Sheriff Bill Gore and FBI Special Agent in Charge of San Diego Keith Slotter and is available at www.ReadySanDiego.org. It has already been made available to County and City of San Diego employees to help them recognize suspicious activity while they are on the job. Brochures describing the eight signs of terrorism will also be available at County libraries.
"We are committed to public safety and homeland security in our region," said San Diego Mayor Jerry Sanders. "The public is a very important partner for law enforcement when it comes to developing information for terrorism-related investigations."
"We encourage the public to report any suspicious activity to their local law enforcement, and If they believe there is imminent danger, call 911," said Sheriff Bill Gore.
The region's video and public awareness campaign was developed in support of the federal Department of Homeland Security's "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign.