Police Confirm No Shots Were Fired on USC Campus After Shooting Scare

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LAPD searched Fertitta Hall at the Marshall School of Business after reports of a shooting Monday afternoon.

LAPD has confirmed no shots have been fired at the University of Southern Campus after receiving a call Monday afternoon of a possible active shooter.

Students were alerted of the developing situation via security alerts, which cautioned to stay clear of 610 Childs Way on University Park Campus due to police activity.

LAPD searched Fertitta Hall at the USC Marshall School of Business, while students stayed in lockdown. The call was made to officers at 12:17 p.m., and the situation was cleared by 1 p.m.

LAPD announced via Twitter that a "systemic search" had been conducted, and there is currently "no danger to community."

No injuries were reported, and the rest of the USC campus and USC Village were clear to "resume normal activities" shortly thereafter.

Students were allowed to re-enter Fertitta Hall around 2 p.m. after the area was deemed "safe" for entry.