National News Coverage for See Something Send Something
ABC World News Tonight
NBC Nightly News
GEORGIA ANNOUNCES "SEE SOMETHING, SEND SOMETHING" TO HELP FIGHT TERRORISM (press coverage)
"We are impressed and recommend the state’s new “See Something, Send Something” smartphone app that directs the public’s concerns to local law enforcement. See Something, Send Something operates across the nation and now in Georgia."
Georgia Press Conference
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New York State
GOVERNOR CUOMO LAUNCHES "SEE SOMETHING, SEND SOMETHING" CAMPAIGN TO HELP FIGHT TERRORISM (press release)
New mobile app will help New Yorkers report suspicious activity
New York PSA
New York Press Conference
Pennsylvania State Police
Harrisburg Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania State Police announce See Something Send Something technology to help fight terrorism (read more)
Read about it on the Pennsylvania State Police website.
Louisiana State Police
BATON ROUGE - Louisiana State Police showed off a free app today designed to let people quickly report suspicious activity using their phones.
The "See Something, Send Something" app is part of a initiative between intelligence centers across the U. S. (read more)
Read about it on the Louisiana State Analytical and Fusion Exchange website.
Louisiana State Police PSA
Virginia State Police
RICHMOND, Va. – CRIME PREVENTION GETS A BOOST WITH NEW SEE SOMETHING, SEND SOMETHING® MOBILE APP (read more)
Read about it on the Virginia State Police website.
Virginia State Police PSA
Ohio State Highway Patrol
Ohio Homeland Security releases Safer Ohio phone app nearing Boston Bombing Anniversary (read more)
Ohio Department of Public Safety launches multi-function, mobile public safety tool for reporting suspicious activity via See Something Send Something, requesting emergency or roadside help, and monitoring traffic conditions.
Safer Ohio App tutorial
Colorado State Patrol
Colorado Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management launch See Something Send Something mobile app, the preeminent nationwide suspicious activity reporting (SAR) tool for citizens to help in the fight against terrorism.
Read about it on the Colorado Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Management website.
Fox 31 News, Denver