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Los Angeles police ask public's help in fighting terrorism threat --A program called iWatch lets people report suspicious activity and submit video and photos. If LAPD analysts find a possible link to terrorism, the information is forwarded to a regional task force. 04 Jun 2010 In the years after the 9/11 attacks, Los Angeles Police Department officials trained officers to keep better watch out for activity that could be related to terrorism. Now, they are working to get the whole city involved. For months the LAPD has been rolling out the community involvement phase of its counter-terrorism efforts. Named iWatch, it offers a crash course in the types of activity the department deems suspicious and allows people to report questionable incidents to police.