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Monday, September 19, 2016

RIOC Reports On Ongoing Roosevelt Island Safety And Security Precautions Following NYC Terrorist Attack Saturday In Chelsea - If You See Something, Say Something

According to the Roosevelt Island Operating Corp (RIOC):

Ongoing Safety & Security Precautions on Roosevelt Island

In light of the recent terrorist bombing that occurred in Chelsea on Saturday, RIOC is taking all necessary precautions to maintain the safety of the island. The Public Safety Department (PSD) is expanding uniformed officer coverage to sensitive locations around the island. As a proactive measure, we will be conducting refresher training for our PSD staff, focusing on safe response to bomb threats and post explosion protocols.

PSD is maintaining contact with the NYPD and other law enforcement agencies to keep up with any developments and requesting assistance as needed. If you have any information pertinent to this or other recent incidents, please call 1-800-577-TIPS (8477).

It is important to stay vigilant and immediately contact the NYPD if you see any suspicious activities or packages. Never touch, shake or attempt to move any suspicious items.

If you see something, say something.
NYPD Police Commissioner James O'Neil, Mayor Bill deBlasio, FBI Assistant Director William Sweeney and other law enforcement officials held a press briefing this afternoon following the arrest of Chelsea bombing suspect.

Here's what happened.

President Obama said:

If you see something, say something.