Ever get a threatening phone call, email, or get threatened in-person? The Office of Inspector General set up an email address to report threats.
If you or your colleagues are in immediate danger, call 911. If there's no immediate danger, report the threat to report.EPA.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Messages sent to the email address will be automatically forwarded to EPA Office of Inspector General's Office of Investigations supervisors, the National Threat Coordinator and the Office of Inspector General Hotline. This will ensure that the appropriate investigative takes place, even after hours and on weekends, if necessary.
If the threat comes by snail mail, make sure you preserve the letter in the condition you received it so that the OIG can examine it for fingerprints. If the threat came by voicemail, please save the voicemail so that the voice can be analyzed. If the threat came by carrier pigeon, save the pigeon. You get the idea: preserve the evidence.
You can also always call the IG at 888-546-8740.