We are happy to announce the launch of the “Safe2Say Something” (S2SS) anonymous reporting system. This program, which is mandated under PA state law / Act 44, teaches students in grades 6-12, teachers, and administrators how to recognize warning signs and signals, especially within social media, of individuals who may be a threat to themselves or others and Say Something to a trusted adult OR use its anonymous reporting system. Specifically, the program educates participants to:
- Recognize the signs and signals of at-risk behaviors – especially within social media
- Take every sign and signal seriously; act quickly to get help by talking to a trusted adult OR
- Report it anonymously through the S2SS Office of the Attorney General 24/7 Crisis Center, phone app, or website (more details below)
- Respond to and manage the submitted tip via a school-based multi-disciplinary educator and administrator teams
Letters About the Program Previously Sent to Families
- Click here to view the introductory letter
- Click here to view the rollout plan for the program at MaST sent out on February 6, 2019
Resources for Families and Students
- Click here to view the Safe2Say Something Homepage. This contains all information about the program.
- Click here to view the quick-reference brochure explaining how the program works
- Click here to view the comprehensive parent/guardian presentation explaining how the program works
Directions for Students
If you see something, say something. Submit a tip without being named. We’ll make sure the right people know. That’s it.
- Report an anonymous tip to the Crisis Center at the PA Office of the Attorney General through any one of the options listed below.
- You may be ask a few questions to understand what’s going on.
- Within seconds, the right people will be notified
How it Works and How to Submit a Tip
Submit an anonymous tip by doing any one of the 3 options below:
- Call the tipline at 1-844-SAF2SAY
- Use the Safe2Say Something website submission form
- Use the mobile Safe2Say Something App available for Apple and Android devices found here
All calls and tips received by the 24/7 crisis center at the PA Office of the Attorney General
- A crisis center analyst receives and reviews tip information
- The tip is triaged and categorized as either life safety or non-life safety
- The tip is then sent to school officials and law enforcement (as needed) via text, email, and/or phone call within seconds
School officials & law enforcement intervene and help individual(s)
- School officials and law enforcement (as needed) act immediately to investigate, assess, and intervene with reported at-risk individuals
- At-risk individuals receive the help they need BEFORE they ever get to the point of hurting themselves or others
- School officials report their outcomes into the Safe2Say Something platform and close out the tip, ensuring accountability for every tip submitted