Westchester Threat Assessment Center

Report a threat through our secure online website.

WESTAC’s mission is to prevent targeted violence in Westchester County through a collaborative team approach utilizing threat assessment, analysis and action.

Who We Are
WESTAC is an active network of agencies representing Westchester County law enforcement, mental health professionals, schools and colleges, social service agencies and first responders. These agencies are working together to prevent acts of targeted violence in Westchester County.

Threat Assessment and Management (TAM) Team
Lead Agency: Westchester County Department of Public Safety

Report a Threat
Submit an anonymous tip on our secure website, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by bringing concerning behavior to the attention of WESTAC, individuals skilled in targeted violence prevention will assess and manage the situation.
Call Hotline: (914) 864-7834
If you have knowledge of a suspected, planned, or openly voiced targeted act of violence, call 911 immediately.

Supporting Agencies:
Putnam/Northern Westchester BOCES
Southern Westchester BOCES
School Resource Officer Program
Westchester County Chiefs of Police Association Representative
Westchester County Department of Community Mental Health
Westchester County Department of Emergency Services
Westchester County Department of Probation
Westchester County Department of Social Services
Westchester County District Attorney’s Office
Westchester County Executive’s Office
Westchester County Human Rights Commission
Westchester County Office of Veterans Affairs
Westchester County Office for Women