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Reporting a Concern

There are a number of ways parents, students and community members can report concerns about safety and security in the Hampton Township School District.

Parents and students are encouraged to reach out to building administrators, school counselors, teachers or any HTSD staff to report any concerns. Contact information is available here

As an additional precautionary measure, the District, in compliance with Act 44, has launched the Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System. 

Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Beginning on Monday, January 14, 2019, every school in Pennsylvania began using the Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.

The Safe2Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows individuals to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene when unsafe and/or harmful behaviors take place.  The tips can be submitted via the app, online, or a dedicated hotline, and each tip is reviewed by the Safe2Say Something call center housed in the Office of Attorney General.  The call center will process and refer tips to the appropriate school teams and law enforcement according to the level of threat. Safe2Say is not a 911 call center, nor should it replace calling 911 in a true emergency situation. 

Safe2Say Something was made possible with help from Sandy Hook Promise, a national nonprofit organization in Newtown, Conn. that was formed after the December 2012 school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The Safe2Say Something system will be overseen and operated by the Office of Attorney General, with the expertise and guidance of Sandy Hook Promise.

As part of its commitment to the program, Sandy Hook Promise will train students across the state how to recognize at-risk behaviors and take action to help someone else by submitting an anonymous tip. The training is only being provided to students in grades 6-12; therefore, only students at our middle and high schools will receive the training.

All tips will be processed immediately by the call center and information relayed to the appropriate authorities. Each school in the state has established a Safe2Say Something team that is responsible for receiving notifications from the call center 24/7. 

The Safe2Say Something program is one more tool at our disposal in keeping our students, staff and schools safe. Additional information about the program can be found below. 

 

Helpful Links for Safe2Say Something

Safe2Say Something Online Reporting Website

Toll Free Hotline for Reporting Tips: 1-844-SAF2SAY (723-2729)

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