“If You See Something, Say Something” Campaign
The South Dakota Office of Homeland Security participates in the “If You See Something, Say Something” terrorism prevention campaign, a nationwide effort designed to ask for the public’s help reporting suspicious activity.
The campaign urges citizens to report odd occurrences such as unattended packages or luggage, questions about security procedures, and surveillance of government buildings, infrastructure, or large public venues.
South Dakota’s campaign includes social media messages, posters, public service announcements and other components advertising 1-844-3SD-SAFE to report activity. Campaign materials have been disseminated to counties, travel information centers, universities and private businesses, and several South Dakota-based federal agencies also participate in the campaign.