The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is renewing its “If You See Something, Say Something” security campaign in cooperation with communities and shopping centers in New Hampshire. As a security keynote, though, the “See/Say” advisory is good, and important, anywhere. Actions or appearances outside familiar, normal bounds are worth alerting whomever might have the local responsibility for your safety.
“We’re all safer when everyone is alert and engaged,” says Government Security News, where the advisory on DHS’ activities appears. Chances are that whatever might seem suspicious won’t be menacing. But you won’t know for sure until its checked out. Don’t go slack on security.