Tech Trends: Terror alert app to help people report suspicious activity

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SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — The terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium have left Americans on-edge and worried about their security.

Homeland Security authorities are asking for your help to report suspicious activity. And you can do this from your phone.

The app is available through the NCRIC.org website.

Tech Trends reporter Gabe Slate shows you how.

Watch the above video to see Gabe’s full report.WEB LINKS:

Link to report suspicious behavior – https://ncric.org/default.aspx?menuitemid=522

General info – https://ncric.org/MORE INFO:

For non-urgent tips or leads.  Call (24/7)

1-866-FOR-TTIP (1-866-367-8847)

Email: dutyofficer@ncric.ca.gov

Protecting our communities through shared information and communications

The Northern California Regional Intelligence Center (NCRIC) is a government program that helps safeguard the community by serving as a dynamic security nexus.  To detect, prevent, investigate and respond to criminal and terrorist activity, we disseminate intelligence and facilitate communications between Federal, State and local agencies and private sector critical infrastructure partners to help them take action on threats and public safety issues.

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