Become a Campaign Partner
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Partnership Guide
Find out how you can help raise awareness of the indicators of terrorist activity through outreach materials and educating the public.
To become a partner, send an email to and include:
  1. Your name and contact information (phone, email)
  2. The entity you represent (government agency, company, etc.)
  3. The city and state in which your entity is located*
* If materials are being used in multiple states or jurisdictions, please provide a list of locations so that materials can be matched to specific reporting information.
K-12 Educational Facilities
This FDLE flyer provides specific tips for identifying suspicious behavior in schools.  Use the flyer for employee training or general awareness.

Download the FortifyFL App – Online Resource
The FortifyFL App gives students, parents, and teachers a convenient way to report suspicious activity to local officials. Be ready when something suspicious happens, download the FortifyFL App today!

Take the Challenge – Television PSAs
These 60 second PSA’s were developed for high school and college students to help them be aware of their surroundings.

Yellow Backpack Challenge
Ramp Jump Challenge
Sub Toss Challenge

Why I See Say – Television PSAs
Use these DHS PSAs on TVs in breakrooms or monitors inside your school to help students be aware of their surroundings.

What I See Say Education PSA - 15 Seconds
What I See Say Education PSA - 30 Seconds
What I See Say Education PSA - 60 Seconds

K-12 School Security Guide – Resource Guide
This Department of Homeland Security K-12 School Guide is a tool for preventing and protecting against gun violence in our schools.

How to Prevent Targeted School Violence – Resource Guide
This operational guide is intended to provide schools and communities with sustainable practices to help prevent school violence. – Online Resource
Secure Florida serves to protect the citizens and economy of Florida by reducing our vulnerability to cyberattacks.

Best Practices for Kids
Best Practices for Parents

Florida Department of Law Enforcement Priorities

FDLE is composed of five areas: Executive Direction and Business Support, Criminal Investigations and Forensic Science, Criminal Justice Information, Criminal Justice Professionalism and Florida Capitol Police. FDLE’s duties, responsibilities and procedures are mandated through Chapter 943, FS, and Chapter 11, FAC. To learn more about these areas, read our Statement of Agency Organization and Operation or visit our Open Government page.