Critical Infrastructure

Critical Infrastructure refers to the services that are essential to every day living: our drinking water, power we use in our homes, transportation, stores we shop at and the communication systems we rely on to stay in touch with family and friends.

Our nation's homeland security reminds us that "just as we all rely on critical infrastructure, we all play a role in keeping it strong, secure, and resilient. Securing and making critical infrastructure resilient is a shared responsibility—shared by Federal, State, local, tribal, and territorial governments; private companies; and individual citizens." See Homeland Security for more information.

To help us remain resilient, it is important that citizens report ALL SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY. To report a crime, call Crime Check: 456-2233 or go to Crime Check online. For suspicious terrorist and other suspicious activities, please use the Sheriff's Office Report Form.

Thank you for keeping your eyes and ears open!