The New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness (OHSP) is committed to engaging the citizenry of New Jersey as part of the State's homeland security and counter-terrorism efforts.
Accordingly, OHSP has developed a public awareness campaign to encourage New Jersey residents and visitors to report suspicious activity to trained personnel. The "If You See Something, Say Something" public awareness campaign has helped OHSP better protect the people and infrastructure of New Jersey.
Building on the "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign, we developed a mobile application entitled, SAFE-NJ. The SAFE-NJ App, enables residents of New Jersey and surrounding States to instantly report suspicious activity from a smartphone or mobile device, which is sent directly to the Counter Terrorism Watch personnel who are on duty 24 hours a day.
The SAFE-NJ App is free and is available in iTunes and Google Play.
The SAFE-NJ App enables citizens and visitors to:
•Automatically dial the 1-866-4-SAFE-NJ terrorism tip line
•Enter details about an incident; who, what, when, where, andwhy
•Capture a photo from the App or use one that already exists on the device
•Automatically find and use the device's location or enter an address
•Report detailed subject and vehicle descriptions
•Include contact information or remain anonymous if preferred
Go to iTunes or Google Play and search for "SAFE-NJ". You can download and install the app for free. Please remember that the SAFE-NJ App is live and any report submitted will be considered live.
Please share information about the SAFE-NJ App with your partner agencies, and feel free to post information about the SAFE-NJ App on your website and/or social media pages.
Thank you for your continued cooperation as we work together to protect the people and infrastructure of New Jersey. Your partnership helps us fulfill our mission to make New Jersey safer and more secure.