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To submit a  suspicious activity report (SAR), please click on the appropriate button below. If the SAR you wish to provide is regarding activity outside the state of California, please use this link.

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Consistent with the findings of the Los Angeles Region Threat Prioritization Process, the JRIC requests Suspicious Activity Reporting related to the following threat groups and issues:

THREAT ISSUES:
  • Behavioral Health Issues
  • Contraband Trafficking (e.g., Bulk Cash, Weapons)
  • Critical Infrastructure Disruption
  • Cyberattacks (e.g., Disruptions, Data Breaches, Ransomware)
  • Cybercrimes (e.g., Fraud, Identity Theft, Phishing, Spear Phishing)
  • Drug Sales / Usage
  • Drug Smuggling / Trafficking
  • Emerging Technologies (e.g., Encryption, Unmanned Aerial Systems)
  • Extremist Messaging / Radicalization
  • Foreign Intelligence Operations / Non-economic Espionage
  • Human Smuggling
  • Human Trafficking
  • Intellectual Property Theft / Economic Espionage
  • Mass Casualty Incident
  • Public Health Issues
  • Threats to Department of Defense Assets
  • Threats to Law Enforcement
  • Weapon of Mass Destruction Proliferation (CBRNe)
 THREAT GROUPS/ACTORS:
  • Abortion-related Extremists
  • Anarchist Extremists
  • Animal Rights Extremists
  • Cybercriminals
  • Environmental Extremists
  • Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs)
  • Hacktivists
  • Homegrown Violent Extremists (HVEs)
  • Incel (Involuntary Celibate) Extremists
  • Malicious Insiders
  • Mexico-Based Transnational Criminal Organizations
  • Militia Extremists
  • Nation-State Cyber Actors
  • Organized Criminal Groups
  • Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs
  • Prison Gangs
  • RMVE - Black Identity Extremists
  • RMVE - White Supremacist Extremists
  • Sovereign Citizen Extremists
  • Street Gangs
  • Unaffiliated Lone Offenders
  • Unintentional Insiders

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LEARN MORE ABOUT SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY REPORTING
The JRIC also requests Suspicious Activity Reporting as defined in the Nationwide Suspicious Activity Reporting (SAR) Initiative (NSI) is a collaborative effort led by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Justice Assistance, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the state, local tribal, and territorial law enforcement partners. 

To contact JRIC: Email JRIC@jric.info