Find out if your CITY police DEPT participates IN A FBI JOINT TERRORISM TASK FORCE

If you're in a medium-size or large city, the chances are very high that your police department has assigned at least one officer to work with the local FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. Smaller police agencies sometimes assign officers to the FBI JTTF as well. The first step is to make calls and demand clear answers. It's time to flood the phones.

 

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CALL YOUR CITY LEADERS

  1. Call your Police Chief
  2. Call your City Council Member
  3. Call your Mayor

Ask them: "Is our police department participating in an FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force?" Use this message guide to inform them why it's now urgent, in the Trump era, for them to find out.


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SEND FOLLOW UP EMAILS TO YOUR CITY LEADERS

Click below for an email message we've already written for you.


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CALL YOUR LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS

Who are the immigrant rights or civil rights organizations and organizers in your city? Look them up and call them. It is really important for you to join a core organizing group and get to know one another.


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CALL YOUR LOCAL REPORTER

If necessary, contact a local reporter and ask them to find out whether or not your police department is participating in a FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force. They're often looking for good story ideas to pursue.

Click the button below for an example of the kind of story that needs to be told in your city.


CONTINUE TO ACTION STEP #2

Once you find out whether or not your city police department participates in a FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force, now it's time to demand local protection. Click the button below to continue.