Home / Civilian / DHS Launching “See Something, Say Something” Radio & TV Ads

DHS Launching “See Something, Say Something” Radio & TV Ads

DHS image

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano unveiled a new public service announcement campaign Wednesday, aimed at educating the public on reporting suspicious activity to law enforcement.

The “If You See Something, Say Something” ads will be distributed to radio and television stations across the country. The ads present scenarios involving witnessing suspicious activity and advises viewers on how to report the activity to law enforcement.

“Our nation’s security is a shared responsibility and every citizen plays a critical role in identifying and reporting suspicious activities and threats,” Napolitano said during remarks at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

Napolitano also announced a partnership between DHS and the Chamber. The Chamber will share the ads with its members and provide supporting campaign materials at its regional office.

Check Also

Bindu Nair: Pentagon Aims to Accelerate Basic Research’s Impact on Capabilities Through Pilot Program

Bindu Nair, deputy director for basic research at the Defense Department, told Federal News Network in an interview published Thursday that DoD intends to speed up basic research’s impact on capabilities through the Defense Enterprise Science Initiative. The Pentagon selected five university-industry teams in August for the DESI pilot program that seeks to address technological gaps and support other basic research initiatives within the department.

One comment

  1. I absolutely hate this campaign for one simple reason. We are not a nation of children. At least I hope not. This is something you tell kids in elementary school.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *