FBI “Communities Against Terrorism” Suspicious Activity Reporting Flyers

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The following collection of 25 flyers produced by the FBI and the Department of Justice are distributed to local businesses in a variety of industries to promote suspicious activity reporting. The flyers are not released publicly, though several have been published in the past by news media and various law enforcement agencies around the country.  We have compiled this collection from a number of online sources.

To view the documents, click on a threat area in the menu to the left and the PDF will appear on the right side of the page. You can also download the complete collection of files (ZIP Archive, 6.27 MB).

 

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SOURCE:
http://publicintelligence.net/fbi-suspicious-activity-reporting-flyers/

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