LAPD Has No First-Hand Information On Rumors Of Threats Early Monday To Los Alamos Middle School


The Los Alamos Middle School staff was made aware of rumors about threats to the school earlier today (Monday). They promptly notified the School Resource Officer who investigated the rumors.  At this point we have no first-hand information on the origin of these threats. 

“The Los Alamos Police Department has the benefit of having a robust Community Liaison Unit that staffs School Resource Officers at our schools.  We take any concern of safety at our schools as a high-priority, and we investigate any claims of violence,” said Deputy Chief Oliver Morris 

There are several ways to report any public safety issue.

Dial 9-1-1 for emergencies

LAPD non-emergency dispatch line 505-662-8222

LAPD Crime Tip


visit the Los Alamos Schools Safety and Wellness page

Families/students can email safety concerns to, this email is monitored Monday – Friday during school hours 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tips can be submitted to the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System via mobile app, website, or by calling 24/7 Crisis Center.

Editor’s note: LAMS Principal Jill Gonzales sent an email late morning to parents stating that the school was made aware of rumors about a potential threat to the school. “LAPS, in conjunction with the LAPD, have investigated the matter and found there to be no credible threat”, the email stated.