Friday, September 9, 2011

Public Safety Executive Director Statement...

Colorado Department of Public Safety Executive Director James Davis has released the following statement in light of events described by the Department of Homeland Security yesterday concerning an investigation into a credible threat of terrorist activity:

"I want to assure the citizens of Colorado that there are no known threats to this state associated with the investigation that was announced yesterday by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security," Davis said.

"We have been in continuous contact with federal authorities, and we will continue to monitor developments. Should there be any need to provide helpful information to Coloradans on this or any weekend, we will do so.

"In the meantime, I want to urge everyone to continue going about their planned activities this weekend and, hopefully, to spend some time honoring those we lost ten years ago. This is a time of solemn remembrance for the nation.
"We and all local law enforcement agencies are always on duty and at your service. This weekend is no exception.

"Local law enforcement agencies and every citizen in Colorado remain our vital partners in keeping this a safe country. The job cannot be done without their help.
"Citizens who see something that doesn't make sense - people or things that are out of place - should file a report with our Colorado Information Analysis Center, which will act expeditiously on every report it receives. Emergencies should be reported immediately to 9-1-1. If citizens are unsure of the urgency of their report, they should also call 9-1-1," he concluded.

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