Safe2Say Something is a program that allows students to anonymously submit tips to law enforcement. It teaches adults and young people how to recognize warning signs and threats as well as how to report them to authorities.

80% of school shooters told someone of their violent plans. Safe2Say Something gives people the opportunity to report a tip directly to the Pennsylvania Crisis Center.

Since being launched by the Attorney General’s office in 2018 over 23,494 tips have been reported.

Analysis of the tips shows that the majority of tips are not focused on school safety but instead relate to students struggling with mental health problems.

Click here to learn more and download the app.

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