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What is iWatch? : 

What is iWatch? Implemented pursuant to DTM 09-001 and ALARACT 110/2010, to leverage every member of the community as a sensor to help identify and prevent potential terrorist attack. iWatch, iReport, i Keep us Safe! (iWatch Georgia National Guard) is a GaDoD Community Program. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What is iWatch? : 

What is iWatch? iWatch is a partnership between our GaDoD Community (Service Members, Civilian Employees, Family Members, Volunteers and Contractors) and Law Enforcement. iWatch ask you to report behaviors and activities that are unusual or out of the ordinary. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Why Report these Activities? : 

Why Report these Activities? It is your Awareness reported to Law Enforcement that can help predict and prevent attacks before they happen. We must work together to prevent future attacks. It is always better to report suspicious behaviors than to refrain. iWatch is about behaviors and activities, not individuals. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What Activities Should be Reported? : 

What Activities Should be Reported? People drawing or measuring important buildings. Strangers asking questions about Security Forces or security procedures. A briefcase, suitcase, backpack or package left behind. Cars or trucks left in no parking zones in front of important buildings. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What Activities Should be Reported? : 

What Activities Should be Reported? Intruders found in secure areas. A person wearing clothes that are too big and bulky or too hot for the weather. Chemical smells or fumes that worry you. Questioning about sensitive information such as building blueprints or VIP travel schedules without a need-to-know. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What Activities Should be Reported? : 

What Activities Should be Reported? Purchasing supplies or equipment that can be used to make bombs or weapons. Purchasing uniforms without credentials. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Important Places to Watch : 

Important Places to Watch Population, Symbolic, Function – Publicity Military Facilities Religious Facilities Amusement Parks, Sports and Entertainment Venues Schools, Libraries, Daycare Hospitals Shopping Centers , Banks, Gas Stations Public Transportation iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

iWatch : 

iWatch Trust your instincts! We rely on our senses everyday. If a behavior or activity makes you feel uncomfortable – REPORT IT! iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What is suspicious? : 

What is suspicious? Ambient Environment You possess a valuable piece of information in terms of what is normal Anomalies Anomalies iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. : 

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. A video clerk saw anti-American material on a DVD he was asked to copy. Police captured and arrested individuals planning an attack against a military installation. If it doesn’t LOOK right – REPORT IT! iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. : 

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. A Grandmother smelled bad odors from a neighboring apartment and noticed that the empty apartment was frequented by various people. Police discovered a poison gas factory. If it doesn’t SMELL right – REPORT IT! iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. : 

Examples of suspicious activity reported by individuals that have saved lives. Residents were concerned with a person’s threats of violence. Police captured and arrested a group planning a subway attack. If it doesn’t SOUND right – REPORT IT! iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What should be Reported : 

What should be Reported Dates and Times Locations What was observed Who was involved – Description Male/Female Height and Build Hair and Skin Color Age Languages Spoke Was there a Car? – Description and License Plate Has this activity been observed before? iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

How Should Information be Reported? : 

How Should Information be Reported? If you have an Emergency (necessitating an immediate response), first dial 911 or Emergency number for your local jurisdiction; then, contact iWatch. Two ways – iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729 iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What Happens Next? : 

What Happens Next? All information reported to iWatch is Law Enforcement Information and will be kept confidential IAW DoD Regulations and State Law. Information will be carefully assessed and if warranted, investigated by trained investigators. All information gathered and all investigative activity will be subject to strict policies designed to protect the privacy civil liberties of Americans while protecting our Nation from terrorism. iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

What Happens Next? : 

What Happens Next? Credible Information is shared with LE – Georgia Information Sharing and Analysis Center (GISAC) Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) National Guard Bureau (NGB) Law Enforcement Threat Information Center (LETIC) DoD Criminal Investigative Organizations Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Local Jurisdictions eGuardian iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

Concerns : 

Concerns Don’t check things out yourself. Don’t be concern about getting someone “in trouble.” Don’t be embarrassed or think that your report will create inconvenience. Unsure what to do? – Let the experts decide! iWatch@ga.ngb.army.mil 1.866.307.2729

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