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what to report

Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows you to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. You can do this by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions and harassment. Here is an example of some of the most common behaviors and incidents to report:

  • » Assault
  • » Abuse (physical, verbal)
  • » Bullying or regular intimidation
  • » Bragging about an upcoming planned attack
  • » Depression, anxiety or loss of self-control
  • » Fighting
  • » Gun Violence / Violence
  • » Harassment
  • » Hopelessness, excessive guilt or worthlessness
  • » Reckless behavior
  • » Social isolation or withdrawal
  • » Substance abuse
  • » Suicide threats, cutting or other self-harm
  • » Theft
  • » Threats
  • » Weapons (use of and/or discussion about)

Sometimes it’s not always easy to spot the warning signs. Watch the ‘Evan’ video, an example of a school gun violence threat that could have been stopped, to help you see the signs and help.

follow-up on a tip

what is say something

Say Something is a youth violence prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise – a national violence prevention organization. Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows youth and adults to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. The system enables school administrators and law enforcement to create effective interventions and to help prevent violence, suicide, bullying, self-harm and other forms of threatening behavior.

With our Anonymous Reporting System, it’s easy and completely confidential to report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies.

How Does It Work
  • » Submit an anonymous tip 24/7 through the website, app or by phone
  • » Receive a Report ID and Password if you would like to follow-up on your report
  • » Crisis center reviews, assesses and processes all submissions
  • » Crisis center sends all submissions to law enforcement and/or school administration for intervention
  • » If needed, crisis center may contact you anonymously through the app or by case number follow-up
  • » Crisis center posts status of submission with case number as case progresses and closes

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Say Something Anonymous Reporting System

Our free Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows school districts to enable students and adults to submit secure and anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. Users can report observed threats, behaviors, actions and harassment like bullying or a student talking about planning an attack.

How Does It Work?

With our Anonymous Reporting System, students and adults can easily and completely confidentially report safety concerns to help prevent violence and tragedies. They'll submit an anonymous tip 24/7 through the website, app or by phone, and a crisis center reviews and sends all submissions to law enforcement and/or school administration for intervention.

Sign Up to Get More Information on our free Say Something Anonymous Reporting System.

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about us

Say Something is a youth violence prevention program from Sandy Hook Promise (SHP). SHP is a national, nonprofit organization led by several family members whose loved ones were killed in the tragic mass shooting at Sandy Hook School on December 14, 2012. SHP is focused on preventing gun violence (and other forms of violence and victimization) BEFORE it happens by attracting, educating and mobilizing youth and adults to identify, intervene and get help for individuals who may be at-risk of hurting themselves or others – we achieve this through delivery of our four Know the Signs prevention programs.

Sandy Hook Promise has educated millions of youth and adults with its Know The Signs Violence Prevention Programs resulting in the intervention and prevention of multiple school shootings, suicides, gun, and other violent threats. Additionally, SHP prevention programs have helped reduce bullying, and get hundreds of youths mental health and wellness assistance. For more information visit www.sandyhookpromise.org.