“If you see something, say something.” We’ve heard it continuously ever since 9/11, but the message is being stressed with more urgency this week. The terrorist attacks in Paris have law enforcement working extra hard in Europe, the United States and even here in Connecticut.
One doesn’t think of the land of steady habits as a hideout for terrorists, but the feds say potential terrorists could be here. So what can we do about it?
Sunday on Face the State, we talked with the Commissioner of Public Safety and Emergency Services Dora Schriro and Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara, representing the Connecticut Police Chiefs Association.
They shared with us what is being done to keep the state safe, and about efforts to smoke out any terrorists. Watch Schriro and MacNamara right here: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/12016996/officials-are-keeping-ct-safe-in-light-of-attacks
We were also joined by Beth Schiavino-Narvaez, superintendent of schools in Hartford about the Syrian refugee crisis and its impact on the capital city and the state.
Watch Schiavino-Narvaez here: http://www.wfsb.com/clip/12017006/many-refugee-families-are-living-in-hartford
Our flashback takes us back to 1965. Remember this? Watch it here: