The mission of the Office of Homeland Security is to save lives, protect property, assist the public in their time of need, and ensure the safety of our first responders through a comprehensive and integrated emergency management system, combined with professional call taking, dispatch, technical and support services. Together, we will serve our community through professional responsiveness, preparation, mitigation and recovery from all emergencies and hazards that may impact our County.
Prince George's County Office of Homeland Security is asking all County residents to remain vigilant for suspicious persons and/or activity.
At the present time, there is no credible intelligence on a pending attack against the United States.
With our proximity to the Nation’s capital and all of its symbolic facilities, it is everyone’s duty to protect our great County and country. If any suspicious persons or activity are observed, please contact the Prince George's County Police to have a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) taken. Always remember, if you “See Something, Say Something.”
The non-emergency dispatch is available 24/7 at 301-352-1200
To report a non-threatening suspicious person(s), vehicle(s) that require the on scene presence or response of a police officer
Call 9-1-1 only to report emergencies - Available 24/7
Any life-threatening situation
any even where there is an immediate threat causing fear for your personal safety or the personal safety of others
The Maryland Department of Emergency Management, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and Federal Bureau of Investigation welcome you to join them on Wednesday, November 10 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM for a virtual discussion. Topics include:
The Threats Affecting America Today
What is an Insider Threat?
Importance of De-Escalation Until Help Arrives...
Proven Practices by Houses of Worship
Options to Assess Your Current Security Readiness
2022 Non-Profit Security Grant Opportunity
Open Discussion with the Audience & Panel of Presenters