What to do if you receive a suspicious envelope or package

Although the City of Minneapolis has received no specific threats, the City’s security staff reminds you that government buildings and employees can be targeted by individuals intent upon harm. That’s why they want all City staff to be aware of what to do if you receive a suspicious-looking envelope or package.

Some warning signs

Although there is no foolproof indication that an item could contain explosives or bio/chemical agents, these are signs that should raise concern:

What to do

If you receive a suspicious letter or package, you should:

 

Published Oct 24, 2012

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