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“If You See Something, Say Something™"

is a nationwide public awareness campaign to raise public awareness of indicators of terrorism and terrorism-related crime, and to emphasize the importance of reporting suspicious activity to the proper local law enforcement authorities. If you notice suspicious activity, please contact the Cypress Police Department at 714/229-6600.
For more information, please click on this link: youtu.be/Ttd_a0GVJPw.


With law enforcement's ongoing partnership with the National Crime Prevention Campaign, the City of Cypress Police Department provides educational fliers to our citizens.

These publications are available in our police department and downloadable for your convenience:

For further information about any of these topics or if you are looking for more topics and free publications, please visit the National Citizen's Crime Prevention Campaign's website: www.ncpc.org/media.

Some of the titles of National Crime Prevention Campaign publications:

  • Respecting Diversity
  • Keeping Baby Sitting Safe
  • Working together to create safer schools
  • Bullies: A Serious Problem for Kids
  • Teen Dating Violence
  • Don’t Lose a Friend to Drugs
  • At Home Alone
  • It Shouldn’t Hurt to be a Kid
  • Talking with Your Kids
  • Kids and Weapons
  • Use Common Sense to Spot a Con
  • The Dangers of Drinking
  • Preventing Hate Crime
  • Tips on Managing Conflict
  • Crime Prevention for People with Disabilities
  • Marijuana: Common dangers and Still Illegal
  • Take Crime Prevention to Work
  • Don’t Make It Easy for a Thief to Steal Your Wheels
  • Safer Senors
  • Media Violence Invading Your Home?
  • Sexual Assault
  • On the Job Alcohol and Drug Abusers
  • What's a Parent to do About Gangs
  • Crime Prevention for People with Disabilities
  • Business Travel Safety Tips
  • Lock out Crime of your home
  • Road Rules
  • Graffiti: Often the First Sign of trouble
  • Date Rape
  • Inhalants: What Parents Should Know