"Prevention is everyone's responsibility," Noonan said. "We are one neighborhood, one state, one nation; and it is the responsibility of all to remain vigilant and to report suspicious behavior -- one report can make a difference."In addition to the new mobile app, people can call the toll-free State Police Terrorism Tip Line at 1-888-292-1919 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to report suspicious individuals or activity.
Pennsylvania State Police Launch New "See Something, Send Something" App To Help Fight Terrorism
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