4.1
135 reviews
10K+
Downloads
Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

See Something Send Something is the preeminent nationwide suspicious activity reporting (SAR) tool for citizens to help in the fight against terrorism. See Something Send Something has information to educate you on what to look for and when to submit suspicious activity reports along with how to receive important alerts. The SAR tool connects you to a nationwide network of Intelligence Centers by routing tips to the correct center for analysis.

Learn what to look for, stay informed, and act on your intuition with the official See Something Send Something SAR app. For situations requiring an immediate response always call 911 or local police directly.
Updated on
Nov 12, 2020

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4.1
135 reviews
Elizabeth G. Carter
November 14, 2020
A lot of people who left reviews are confused about where the information submitted is routed to. Information submitted via the See Send app is sent to your local "Watch Desk" or "Fusion Center." From there, it's analyzed and distributed to the appropriate agency, be it local, county, state, or federal. There are 78 Fusion Centers throughout the country. It will only end up at your local police department if that's the agency deemed the best fit to follow up on the information submitted. If you delve a little deeper into the app you can set up an account so your information is already saved. I personally think it's a great app and would like to see more people using it!
24 people found this review helpful
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BG Love
May 8, 2021
This app helped me to tremendously in the past. One time I was keeping track of a special subject for two weeks, then boom, SWAT Team was blowing open their door. Hauled off about 6 or 7 people. I am using it right now, scoping out a suspected low level dealer.
6 people found this review helpful
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A Google user
January 27, 2019
Aside from the dubious distinction of a "see something, say something" app that is narrowly focused on "terrorism" the company providing this app provides little information about themselves. *Do not trust any app that imposes a policy on you that is not easily accessible. As of January 27, 2019 this app's EULA is ONLY available after installing the app, which is unacceptable.*
35 people found this review helpful
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