You can help to prevent terrorist attacks by reporting certain activities, especially when these activities occur at or near key facilities such as government, military, utility, or other high profile sites. Suspicious activities should be reported to your law enforcement agency or the closest Federal Bureau of Investigation office. Remember... If you see something say something...
Activities to watch for. . .
Anyone recording or monitoring activities, taking notes, using cameras, maps, binoculars, etc., near a key facility.
Anyone attempting to gain information in person, by phone, mail, e-mail, etc., regarding a key facility or its personnel.
Test of security
Any attempts to penetrate or test physical security or procedures at a key facility.
Anyone who does not appear to belong in the workplace, neighborhood, business establishment or near a key facility.
Anyone attempting to improperly acquire explosives, weapons, ammunition, dangerous chemicals, uniforms, badges, flight manuals, access cards or identification for a key facility or to legally obtain items under suspicious circumstances to use in a terrorist attack.
Mapping of scenarios
Any behavior that appears to be preparation for terrorist activitiy, such as mapping out routes, playing out scenarios, monitoring key facilities, timing traffic lights or traffic flow, or other suspicious activities.
Abandoned vehicles, stockpiling of suspicious materials, or persons being deployed near a key facility.
What should you do?
If you observe suspicious activity that may relate to terrorism, contact your closest law enforcement agency or Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) office as soon as possible.
Local FBI contact numbers
Cheyenne - 307-632-6224
Casper - 307-237-3451
Jackson - 307-734-7356
Lander - 307-335-7559