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Office of Emergency Management Reminds Residents: 'If You See Something, Say Something'


The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management wants everyone to have a safe and enjoyable holiday. It is working around the clock by air, land, and sea on the lookout for any and all suspicious activity.

However, members of New Jersey's communities are the best defense against terrorism. You can anonymously report suspicious activity by calling 866-4SAFENJ (866-472-3365), dialing 2-1-1, or emailing

Remember...if you see something, say something.

Download the free Safe NJ app at Get your family prepared for emergencies by visiting


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