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When reporting suspicious activity, or providing information about a crime, it is important to give accurate and detailed information about what occurred and where, and descriptions of the individuals or vehicles involved.


Unusual activity does not always indicate that a crime is occurring. However, you know what is normal for your neighborhood and community. If behavior appears to be outside the norm, or frightens you, let law enforcement know.

Suspicious Activity May Include:
  • An expressed threat to commit a crime
  • Threats of violence, or a communicated or displayed intent to cause harm to another person or persons
  • Threats against schools, facilities, or events
  • Surveillance of facilities or people
  • The discovery of a gathering of weapons, chemicals, explosives, or electronic devices
  • Attempts to enter restricted areas, test security systems, or tamper with a secure site
  • Signs of human trafficking indicating a person is not free to leave
  • Signs of drug activity such as recurring, brief visits to and from a property

Learn more about how to help identify and report suspicious activity that you might observe.


Prompt and detailed reporting of suspicious activity may prevent violent crimes or terrorist attacks. It is the responsibility of each of us to assist law enforcement in keeping our communities safe by reporting suspicious behavior. It is then the responsibility of law enforcement agencies to investigate and take further action, if necessary.