LINCOLN — Nebraskans are being urged by state officials to remain vigilant in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing on Monday.
“We join the nation in condemning these acts of terror on the American public,” said Col. David Sankey, superintendent of the Nebraska State Patrol. “We encourage our citizens to continue to help keep our communities safe by reporting suspicious activity.”
Sankey, in a press release, reminded citizens that they can report suspicious activity via the Internet, through the Nebraska Information Analysis Center (NIAC) web site.
The site also includes a "Homeland Security" tab that lists information about the "Eight Signs" of terrorism.
“Our agency remains vigilant in its responsibilities to protect and serve the people of Nebraska,” the colonel said. “We encourage our citizens to remain vigilant as well.”
— Paul Hammel