IBMA Board Nominations
Deadline to submit your Nomination: November 21, 2022 | Log into your account at https://www.infragard.org for more information.
December 9th, 2022 | Open to Members of InfraGard & One Guest Member/Non-Member
IBMA UPCOMING EVENTS
2022-2023 IBMA Upcoming Events | Click image for more information
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Call for Speakers!
We encourage anybody directing or supporting a security program to submit topics, solutions, or experiences to IBMA you feel other members would benefit from hearing about. If you have an interesting topic, solution, or experience, please contact us today!
InfraGard is a partnership between the FBI and the private sector. It is an association of persons who represent businesses, academic institutions, state and local law enforcement agencies, and other participants dedicated to sharing information and intelligence to prevent hostile acts against the United States.
InfraGard Buffalo Members Alliance, Inc. is a non-profit corporation and is part of the InfraGard National Members Alliance.
REPORTING POSSIBLE TERRORIST ACTIVITY
We should all take notice of our surroundings and report suspicious activities or items to local authorities immediately. Most terrorist attacks are planned, through training, surveillance, and “dry runs” – activities for the attackers to practice their plan and test the vulnerabilities they seek to exploit. If you see activities that could be an indication of such intent, it should be reported.
- If danger appears to be imminent, then contact local authorities immediately by dialing 911.
- If there is no indication of imminent danger, then New York State residents should report any suspected terrorist activity to the NYS Terrorism Tips Hotline at 1-866-SAFE-NYS (1-866-723-3697) or online at NYS Terrorism Tips Online Submission.
- Residents and non-residents can also contact their Local FBI Office to report suspected terrorist activity. FBI Buffalo Division (716) 856-7800. Other FBI Field Offices. Or online at FBI Tips and Public Leads.
For more information, you may also refer to the New York State Office of Homeland Security Citizen's Guide to Preventing Terrorism.