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Anonymous Threat Made on JSU Graduation Ceremonies


​JSU authorities have received an anonymous communication from an individual threatening to disrupt graduation ceremonies on Friday, April 28. 

University Police, in cooperation with other agencies and support personnel, are taking the necessary precautions to address all potential threats. Security is in place and K-9 resources from the Vapor Wake training facility at Ft. McClellan will be on hand.

“It is a shame that someone would attempt to disrupt what is a milestone for our graduating students and their families,” said President John M. Beehler. “The university will take whatever steps are necessary to protect the safety of our students, faculty, staff and guests. We ask for patience and understanding should any inconveniences or delays result from increased security.”
Any updates on this matter will be communicated on the university website 
as they become available. 
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