In an effort to combat potential acts of terrorism or crime, LYNX has partnered with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Transportation
Security Administration (TSA) to develop a public education program for Central Florida called "If You See Something Say Something™."
The local campaign is an extension of a national plan developed by DHS and TSA. The program is designed to raise awareness in the community about
potentially risky situations and what to do when you see one.
Whether you’re following your regular commute route or on your way to a movie or meet up with friends, public transit is a key part of your day. You
know public transit, and no one can spot something suspicious or out of place better than you.
You are the first line of defense against acts of terrorism on our country—and we need your help.
If you see suspicious behavior or activity at a LYNX facility or on a bus please call 911, notify a LYNX employee or call our staffed "If You See
Something Say Something™" hotline at 855-FLA-SAFE.
Preventing acts of terrorism or crime is a community effort. You can make a positive contribution to Central Florida and the "If You See Something Say
Something™." campaign just by looking out for suspicious activity.
Examples of suspicious activity include but, are not limited to:
- Leaving bags unattended in the open.
- Passing anonymous threats.
- Discreetly using cameras, video recorders, binoculars or note taking.
- Parking in restricted zones.
- Observing security drills or procedures.