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(U//FOUO) Boston Regional Intelligence Center Suspicious Activity Behavior & Indicators For Public Sector Partners

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(U//FOUO) Boston Regional Intelligence Center Suspicious Activity Behavior & Indicators For Public Sector Partners

March 7, 2016

The following document was obtained from the public website of a national disaster recovery network.

Suspicious Activity Behavior & Indicators For Public Sector Partners

Page Count: 2 pages
Date: February 2016
Restriction: Not for Public Release, For Official Use Only
Originating Organization: Boston Regional Intelligence Center
File Type: pdf
File Size: 148,203 bytes
File Hash (SHA-256): B2514919DF7D7DBA5F1BA77402944CD5F964B81173E98317A6E74578429AC763

(U//NP) This document is intended to highlight several suspicious activity behaviors and indicators that may be indicative of preoperational terrorist activity for business owners and private sector security personnel. This product focuses on behaviors and indicators that would be of interest prior to any major event. This proactive public safety strategy is an ongoing attempt to provide our private sector partners with some information on suspicious activity.

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