Threat prompts increased police presence at Sandy high school

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SANDY, Utah (ABC4 News) Jordan High School administrators say there will be increased law enforcement presence on campus this week after they received information about a threat.

In an email to parents, school officials explained that a schoolwide threat for Wednesday, January 16 was written on a bathroom stall.

The school is working with Sandy City Police and while they do not believe the threat is credible, they are taking some precautions to ensure the safety of the students, faculty, and staff.

Along with a presence from local law enforcement, there will be an increased presence of teachers, administrators and other adults on the lookout for suspicious activity.

The email went say that parents are welcome to keep their students’ home from school if they would like.

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