Safe Schools Tip Line

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  • The tip line is a proactive way to help prevent and stop violence at school. Tip line calls go to the WCPSS Alarm Monitoring Center. A specially trained operator will receive the caller’s information and ask for additional information to take care of the situation.

    Call the Tip Line to report:

    • Threats of violence
    • Aggressive behavior
    • Weapons on campus
    • Drugs or alcohol on campus
    • Harassment
    • Vandalism
    • Suicide threats
    • Anything else harmful to school

    At the end of the call, the operator will ask if the caller wants a call back about steps taken to address the situation reported. Callers may remain anonymous. WCPSS Security and schools act on information provided by callers.

    The tip line provides a proactive way to report threats of violence and any other safety concerns about school. By using the tip line responsibly, students can play a valuable role in preventing violence at school. The tip line is strictly for reporting safety concerns.

If you see something, say something

Keep schools safe by sharing safety concerns using the our Tip Line, (919) 856-1911.