New Mexico schools take precautions against TikTok challenge


Meanwhile, Albuquerque Public Schools officials said they did not actually receive any threats on Friday.

There’s an Albuquerque edict that actually turns those threats into crimes.

“This ordinance came to us from a Highland High School resource officer who received a threat and attempted to obtain information on the site,” said Albuquerque councilor Pat Davis. Facebook and Instagram about where the phone is, on campus,” said Pat Davis, Albuquerque city councilor. “The key point for the APD is not so much that it’s the way juveniles are charged with crimes, but that, by breaking the law, they can force social media companies to give them phone numbers.” are on campus or not at the school and it’s a huge tool for determining if these people are trustworthy.”

Davis said officers used it four times in 2017. Two of those were credible threats — and two other students were referred to counseling. Since then, the APD has been unable to tell KOB 4 how often they have used the tool, only knowing that “there are different units in the investigative APD” depending on the threat.

Authorities across San Juan County were also on high alert Friday. Farmington police are increasing patrols at local schools, and the Bloomfield and Aztec school districts have also said they will have a large police presence.

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Yasmin Harisha

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