August 7, 2013
On a day when terror threats continued to dominate the U.S. headlines, the Secret Service — a division of the Homeland Security Department since 2003 — tweeted the following message:
“Contact your nearest field office with time-sensitive or critical info or to report a tweet,” said one message.
Contact your nearest field office with time-sensitive or critical info or to report a tweet. http://t.co/5Prtqg2EMF
— U.S. Secret Service (@SecretService) August 6, 2013
That tweet from the Secret Service links to telephone numbers for every Secret Service office in the U.S. or its territories (there are 117 of them) and all 20 Secret Service offices overseas.