Report Suspicious Activity


Suspicious activity is any observed behavior that could indicate terrorism or terrorism-related crime.
— US Department of Homeland Security

Intelligence. Unclassified. Episode 34
New Jersey Suspicious Activity Reporting System (NJSARS)

The New Jersey Suspicious Activity Reporting System (NJSARS) shares suspicious activity information to law enforcement partners throughout the State. NJSARS is also linked to the FBI’s national SAR system known as eGuardian, which partners with the Nationwide SAR Initiative (NSI) to form a single repository accessible to thousands of law enforcement personnel and analysts nationwide.

Join Director of Intelligence Rosemary Martorana and Collection and Dissemination Bureau Chief Maureen Lancaster for Episode 34 for Intelligence. Unclassified. as they explore what constitutes suspicious activity, the flow of information once a tip or lead is received, and different mechanisms that can be utilized when reporting suspicious activity in New Jersey.


Counterterrorism watch

NJOHSP's Counterterrorism Watch (CTWatch) Desk is a 24/7 operation that provides law enforcement partners with clear and complete written summaries of suspicious activity that has been reported in New Jersey.

On a daily basis, CTWatch compiles and disseminates Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) to local, county, state, and federal law enforcement and intelligence partners.