About

ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN
 
It can be difficult to know what “something suspicious” looks like – but trust yourself when something doesn’t feel quite right.
 
IF YOU SEE SOMETHING, SAY SOMETHING.™

Area transit agencies need your help—to be watchful and vigilant of suspicious activity in and around transit stations and vehicles and report anything suspicious.

The safety of passengers and the public is at the heart of this campaign.

 

See Something Strange?

Inventive advertising and educational materials have been placed throughout transit stations in the Metropolitan area. Here are a few samples you may have noticed around town.

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Be Vigilant web banner

I am vigilant web banner

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Money bags web banner

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PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS

Public service announcements will play on local radio stations during the course of the campaign—reaching hundreds of thousands of  listeners with this important message.
RADIO SPOTS

Female WMATA – 30 Seconds
Tune In – 30 Seconds
Civic Duty – 30 Seconds


 
STREET TEAM EVENTS

The Street Team is making appearances at high traffic transit stations to raise awareness of warning signs of suspicious activities.

UPCOMING EVENTS FOR 2019

  • Kite Festival: 3/20
  • Cherry Blossom Festival: 3/21-4/14
  • Washington Auto Show: 4/5-4/14
  • Capital Pride 2019: 5/31-6/9
CAMPAIGN PARTNERS
Maryland Transit Administration (MTA)
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA)

 

Virginia Railway Express (VRE)

For an entire list of partners click here »