WROR invites you, your family and friends to join us in feeling empowered to create a community of caring. If you hear or see something online, on social media, school, work or anywhere that concerns you… SAY SOMETHING.
All of us at WROR look forward to working together to build a strong community of caring.
To report suspicious activity, contact your local law enforcement agency. Describe specifically what you observed, including:
- Who or what you saw
- When you saw it
- Where it occurred
- Why it's suspicious.
- If there is an emergency, call 9–1–1.
Massachusetts, through the Executive Office of Public Safety and Security and MEMA, and in partnership with the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, has launched a statewide See Something Say Something public awareness campaign to encourage the public to report suspicious behaviors to the police.
Beasley Media Group Unveils See Something- Say Something Community of Caring Public Service Initiative
Given the tragic event that recently took place in Florida and other situations that have occurred throughout the country, the company has unveiled the Beasley Best Community of Caring See Something- Say Something corporate-wide public service initiative.
From station on-air personalities creating videos to share on social media and public service announcements that will run on the airwaves across Beasley Media Group stations to important information to help parents to speak to their kids, the goal is to encourage listeners and their families to speak up if they see something concerning on social media, at school or in the community at large.