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All buildings have been reopened in the Knight Management Center complex. Serra Street has opened to traffic, and the area has returned to normal operations after a bomb threat Friday morning.
Officers from both the Stanford Department of Public Safety and the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office have concluded their search of the facilities. Police have determined there is no threat and all buildings have been approved for occupancy. Police thank members of the campus community for their cooperation.
Please continue to be alert to your surroundings and to report any suspicious activity or packages to police. Any persons with information about the bomb threat are urged to call the Stanford Department of Public Safety at 650-723-9633.
Officers from the Stanford Department of Public Safety and the Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office have completed an initial sweep of half of the Graduate School of Business/Knight Management Center complex after a bomb threat earlier this morning.
The entire Knight Management Center complex will remain closed for the rest of today, Friday, Aug. 14, while police complete the remainder of their investigation. Affected employees have been dismissed for the day.
The area bound by Campus Drive, Arguello Way and Serra Street remains closed. Continue to avoid the area. All other areas of the Stanford campus remain open and normal business operations continue.
Police are continuing their search of the Knight Management Center, which remains closed. The employees who are affected by the evacuation are receiving direction. Please continue to avoid the area.
The remainder of the university remains open and is operating normally.
Continue to check this website for updates.
Out of an abundance of caution, Stanford Public Safety has evacuated the Graduate School of Business/Knight Management Center complex while it investigates a bomb threat.
The evacuation boundary is between Campus Drive, Arguello Way and Serra Street. Serra Street and Arguello are closed, Campus Drive is open. Stay away from the area until further notice.
Police will be conducting a sweep of the area over the next 90 minutes to two hours. Employees are asked to wait for further instruction.
The incident has impacted about 700 faculty and staff members in the Knight Management complex, but has not disrupted classes, as no classes are in session at this time. The remainder of campus is operating as normal and all business activities are continuing.
There has been a bomb threat at the Graduate School of Business / Knight Management Center. Out of an abundance of caution, the area has been evacuated while police search the area. Stay away from all areas around Arguello Way, Campus Drive, and Serra Mall.