• 'Swatting' at schools: Police investigate false reports

    12 days ago - By Who TV

    Law enforcement agencies are responding to reports of shootings at schools across the nation that turn out to be completely false.
    It's a practice the FBI calls "swatting," which the agency defines as faking an emergency that draws a response from law enforcement - usually a SWAT team.
    Even though these threats turn out to be a complete fabrication, students, staff and parents still feel the same fear when they see an enormous police response on campus. And law enforcement says if they get these kinds of calls, they don't hold back on their response.
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