The Delaware State Police encourage increased vigilance by YOU.
The Delaware State Police send this information along about terrorism:
"The Delaware State Police are very saddened about the tragic shooting in San Bernardino, California. We would like to extend our hearts, thoughts and prayers to the victims and their families. We also like to thank all of the first responders in San Bernardino, California, who willingly responded into harmís way to save others.
All of Delaware is reminded to stay vigilant and avoid the tendency to ignore what could be information vital to law enforcement efforts to prevent a crime or terrorist act. The Delaware State Police are consistently working to keep our state safe and are ready to act on information about suspicious circumstances. In the event of an emergency, people should still call 911.
The Delaware State Police, through our Fusion Center, the Delaware Information and Analysis Center, are working closely with federal and state partners to assess any nexus or existing threats to Delaware. Currently, there are no known ties to Delaware regarding the tragedy in San Bernardino, California. There are also no known existing credible threats to Delaware.
Although there is no known threat to Delaware, state officials are reminding people of Delaware, of the important role they have in helping to keep our state safe by reporting suspicious situations or circumstances that could be related to crime or possible acts of terrorism. The Delaware State Police encourage increased vigilance against criminals and terrorists. If you observe activity that appears suspicious, a threat to public safety or related to a potential terrorist event please report it to law enforcement by calling 9-1-1 or use the Delaware's Anti-Terrorism Tip Line at 1-800-Force12. The public can also submit a suspicious activity report through the DIAC's website @ www.dediac.org. We each have a vital and essential role to ensure the safety of our citizens and we thank you for your assistance."
Posted at 4:50am on December 9, 2015 by Dan Gaffney