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Student Education Toolkit


Research shows us that students who do not feel safe at school will not succeed academically. Your role as a Colorado educator or officer of the law is vitally important in helping in creating a culture and climate of respect in Colorado schools and communities. Safe2Tell is here to support you in efforts in creating safer schools by providing you with the tools to educate and empower your students to report their concerns to Safe2Tell.

The Student Overview Toolkit is designed to provide an overview to Colorado students, by appropriate age level, the importance of reporting concerns and how the Safe2Tell program works. The Toolkits are available at no costs to Colorado schools and communities to equip teachers, school staff, SROs, and law enforcement to assist in spreading the Safe2Tell message. You may find the Toolkit for Elementary Schools and the Toolkit for Middle and High Schools available for downloading and printing using the document links below.

In addition to the free Student Toolkit, Safe2Tell offers supplemental student items that may be purchased directly from Safe2Tell. A list of available items and prices (sold at cost) may be found here. To purchase items, complete the online order form

If you have any questions or need additional resources, please email or call our administrative line at 720-508-6800.


Please note that some of the information on our website and in our marketing materials will still refer to the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) as Safe2Tell's answering point. However, in the spring of 2019, Safe2Tell Colorado made a change regarding who responds to the 24/7 tips received via our app, our website and the 877-542-7233 number. Tips/reports are now handled by analysts within the Colorado Information Analysys Center (CIAC). As a result of funding from the Colorado State legislature, we now have full-time, specially trained professionals at CIAC dedicated to Safe2Tell tip response.  In the past, CSP, in addition to Safe2tell reports, was also busy processing 911 calls and other law enforcement emergencies. It is with deep gratitude that we recognize CSP for their service to Safe2Tell throughout the years, which included responding to over 60,000 reports since our inception. Thank you CSP!


Elementary School Toolkit

Overview Video: A four-minute animated, narrated video that provides an overview of Safe2Tell and what elementary students may report



Elementary Toolkit Printable Materials:


Middle and High School Toolkit

Overview Video: A four minute animated video that provides an overview of Safe2Tell and what students may report.



Middle and High Toolkit Printable Materials:

  • Educator Letter & Instructions
  • Classroom Leaders Discussion Guide for Middle School and High School: A Leader/Teacher's Classroom Discussion Guide for Middle and High School  Students for after the video that provides the framework and activities to lead a thoughtful lesson on safety and the role of the bystander
  • Helpful Information for Parents:  A letter to send home to parents and guardians informing them to the lesson their student received, as well as educating them on the Safe2Tell model and providing information on how to effectively advocate for their student
  • Student Cards Smart Phone (4 per page, front to back): Student Smartphone Cards to pass out to students that includes the Safe2Tell phone number and website so that they have a take away reference item, if they need to make a report
  • Student Pledge Form: A Student Pledge form for students to sign, pledging their commitment to creating safer schools that foster a culture and climate of respect and trust  (to be hung in the classroom or school).