FBI San Diego Think Before You Post PSA
Public service announcement issued by FBI San Diego, the San Diego County Sheriff's Department, and Students Speaking Out reminding students that making a hoax threat against a school or other public place is a serious federal crime.
Student 1: If you make a school threat, real or not, you will go to jail.
Student 2: It is a crime, and you can go to prison for up to five years.
Student 1: If you think that making a fake threat is funny, think again.
FBI Agent: At the FBI, we take all threats very seriously. We don’t want to see kids start off their lives with a felony record. If you see something, say something.
Student 2: Making false threats is not a joke.
Student 1: Remember, your actions have consequences.
Student 2: It can ruin your life. So think before you post.
- 11.15.2019 — What is an #UnexpectedAgent?
- 11.15.2019 — #UnexpectedAgents: Life Experiences
- 11.15.2019 — Female Special Agents at the FBI
- 11.15.2019 — FBI Special Agents Protecting our Communities
- 11.15.2019 — FBI Special Agent Fitness
- 11.15.2019 — FBI Special Agent Culture and Community
- 11.15.2019 — #UnexpectedAgent: Special Agent Sussana Iljazi
- 11.15.2019 — #UnexpectedAgent: Special Agent Scot Huntsberry
- 11.15.2019 — #UnexpectedAgent: Special Agent Marlo Graham
- 11.08.2019 — Native American Students Learn About FBI STEM Careers
- 11.08.2019 — Applying STEM at the FBI
- 11.08.2019 — STEM at the FBI Laboratory Division
- 11.07.2019 — Inside the FBI's National Threat Operations Center
- 11.07.2019 — My Positive Huntsville
- 11.07.2019 — My Phenomenal Huntsville
- 10.23.2019 — Seeking Fugitive Ricardo Rusan for Suspected Role in Bank Robberies
- 10.23.2019 — FBI Director Discusses Protected Voices Initiative
- 10.23.2019 — Protected Voices: Social Media Literacy
- 10.23.2019 — Protected Voices: Ransomware
- 10.23.2019 — Protected Voices: Supply Chain