If You See Something, Say Something
Connecticut's 24/7 Homeland Security Tip Line is 1-866-HLS-TIPS
In a recent press release, Governor Lamont reminded Connecticut residents be to aware of
their surroundings and report suspicious behavior to local authorities or Connecticut's Homeland Security Tip Line.
You can report suspicious behavior to Connecticut's Homeland Security Tip Line by telephone at
, via email at
, and online at
The state's homeland security mobile app - CT SAFE - can also
be downloaded right to your phone for free
Apple App store
Google Play store.
CT SAFE integrates with Google Maps and a user's mobile device camera or photo library to send accurate location coordinates along with photos, assisting citizens reporting suspicious activities within their communities.
"We want everyone to have fun and enjoy the upcoming holiday, but keeping citizens safe is our number one priority," Governor Lamont said. "The public is an important partner in our efforts to protect our homeland security. As always, we encourage everyone to be aware of your surroundings, recognize when something looks out of place, and notify law enforcement authorities immediately if you witness any suspicious activity."
Lets work together to keep our communities safe.
Have a safe and happy 4th of July!
About 2-1-1 Connecticut
2-1-1 Connecticut is a free health and human service information and referral service, with a continuously updated database of more than 4,000 agencies and 40,000 programs and services. Free, confidential assistance is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year online at 211ct.org and over the phone by dialing 2-1-1. 2-1-1 Connecticut has organizational accreditations from the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS), and the contact center is certified by the American Association of Suicidology for crisis intervention.