In Case of Terrorism
It is difficult to know with certainty in what form a terrorist event will take place. It could be an obvious event involving an explosion and release of hazardous materials, or it could involve a covert method, such as mailing letters or packages containing hazardous materials.
Guidelines for Reporting Generic Suspicious Activities
Report suspicious activities to the Moscow Police Department at (208) 882-2677 or, if life-threatening, at 911:
- Anonymous tips, phone calls or notes indicating threatening events.
- People watching officials or offices.
- Unidentified or unattended packages left in or near offices.
- Requests for plans, blueprints, or specifications for buildings by people who have no reason for this information.
- People in places where they do not belong.
- Packages or heavy mail with a peculiar odor or appearance.
- Confrontations with angry, aggressively belligerent or threatening persons.
- Extremely threatening or violent behavior by coworkers who indicate they may resort to revenge or more violence.
Sources for Updates
- University of Idaho Information Line (recorded message)
- Alerts on University of Idaho home page
- Your supervisor, department/college administrator or building coordinator