JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Sheriff's offices across the First Coast are joining forces to start a new anti-terrorism campaign called iWatch.
The program was created to help neighborhoods stay safe by educating the public about activities and behaviors that may have a connection to terrorism.
Jacksonville Sheriff John Rutherford said every tip, like strangers asking questions about security or measuring important buildings, will help to keep the community safe.
If you would like to learn more about the iWatch program or to report suspicious activity please visit iwatchjax.com.
First Coast News