No Real Danger From Alleged Bradford School Threats, Says Police

Students Said to Be Behind Threats Have Been Spoken To

Some students have received a talking-to after reports of threats to schools in Bradford.

South Simcoe Police were notified about two separate, unrelated reports of threats regarding a high school in Bradford on Wednesday. Investigators, with the help of school officials, were able to figure out where the threats came from, and say there was no real danger to the public at any time.

The students were spoken to by both the school and police. Officers with the South Simcoe Police Service say they are aware of the potential for heightened anxiety in the community as a result of this incident, and continue to work wioth local schools.