At least three South Coast high schools have been evacuated after reports threatening emails were received today.
More than 20 high schools across Sydney received an anonymous email yesterday, October 27, that outlined threats towards the schools.
Today, October 28, more than 10 high schools across regional NSW have received a similar email, including Kiama, Nowra and Bomaderry.
Students and staff have been evacuated, and police say there are no reports of injuries.
Police investigations are underway.
Detectives from the Cybercrime Squad have established Strike Force Rolum to investigate the circumstances and origins of the emails.
Police are working with the Department of Education to ensure the safety of all school communities and appropriate notifications and information is provided to parents and students of affected schools.