Suspicious itemsbehavior

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Suspicious itemsbehavior

  1. 1. School Bus Drivers Watch for Suspicious ITEMS and BEHAVIORCharacteristics of Suspicious Items: Suspicious Behavior Includes Persons: • Are abandoned or hidden in unusual place • Abandoning item(s) and leaving quickly • Have leaking gas, vapor, odor or suspicious substance • Showing an unusual interest in employees, children, (including excessive grease) the school or bus stop locations • Contain exposed wires or timer • Being where they are not supposed to be • Have an attached message with threatening note or • Possessing a weapon or dangerous item suspicious marking • Using a vehicle in a suspicious way (illegally parked, erratic driving, following)Potentially Suspicious Items: • Causing disruptions or distractions Canister, propane style tank, metal box, bottle, out of place itemsIf You See Suspicious Items and/or Behavior: • IMMEDIATELY report suspicious item and behavior to • Do NOT move or touch item or device your dispatch, school administrator, local authorities or • Report location of scene 911 • Include physical appearance, gender, unusual • Do NOT use radio or cell phone within 50 feet of item characteristics or device • Report clothing characteristics • Pay attention to location of item or deviceSuspicious Reporting Number: Transportation Sector Network Management Highway and Motor Carrier Division www.tsa.gov/what_we_do/tsnm

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