Governor Kim Reynolds continues to emphasize the importance of Iowans to tell authorities if they see something suspicious. Whether it's at school, in the neighborhood or the business district, Homeland Security and Public Safety officials say when people are involved in community policing, it helps fight crime and can prevent tragedies. At her weekly news conference, Reynolds promoted the "see something, say something" campaign. She asked parents, students, faculty and staff to be especially vigilant for signs of potential violence at school.
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