Thursday, December 22, 2016

If You See Somethnig, Say Something

The New Jersey State Police is proactive and vigilant during the holiday season. Domestic and international attacks are constant reminders that we need whole community effort in preventing terrorism.
The Regional Operations Intelligence Center (ROIC) and partners, including the Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, Federal Bureau and Investigations, and New York Police Department, compile and analyze data and develop advisory and intelligence products to enhance situational awareness of threats to soft targets, Commercial Sector areas and Transportation Sector hubs. Since Thanksgiving the New Jersey State Police has been conducting daily Target Hardening Operational Response (THOR) deployments to various locations throughout the state. The operational strike team is made up of members from the Special Operations, Field Operations and Emergency Management Sections.

Locations are strategically planned and coordinated with local, county and federal law enforcement as well as members of the Private Sector. This includes but is not limited to locations within the Transportation Systems Sector such as mass transit terminals and ferries as well as various commercial facilities such as shopping malls, stadiums, and movie theaters. The objective is to enhance security for events and target harden critical infrastructure throughout the state. The deployment is supported by the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) and the ROIC.
Remember...If you SEE something, SAY something!
Law Enforcement Officers are always on the lookout for any and all suspicious activity by air, land, and sea. However, members of our communities are the best defense against terrorism. You can anonymously report suspicious activity by calling 866-4SAFENJ (866-472-3365), dialing 2-1-1, or emailing
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