Postal inspectors say they have responded to more than 52,000 calls about suspicious mail since the 2001 anthrax attacks. In recent years, however, the numbers have dropped significantly. Because most calls about suspicious mail are determined to be false alarms, officials have pushed for faster response times to the calls, which has led to fewer work disruptions. Read related article.

Source: U.S. Postal Inspection Service | The Washington Post November 1, 2011
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