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Marketing Resources

Colorado schools promote Safe2Tell to students through effective messaging, marketing and communications. Examples of how Colorado schools promote Safe2Tell to students include:

  • Printing the Safe2Tell trademark and reporting information on the back of student IDs
  • Encouraging the downloading of the Safe2Tell mobile app through extra credit or prizes
  • Hanging posters and banners with Safe2Tell information inside and outside the school
  • Putting Safe2Tell information on the school’s outdoor marquee sign
  • Incorporating messages about Safe2Tell in bullying or healthy and safety curriculum
  • Adding Safe2Tell information in Google Classroom
  • Adding a link to the Safe2Tell website on school and district websites
  • Including information about Safe2Tell in student handbooks
  • Printing the Safe2Tell trademark and reporting information in student planners or binders

If your students see Safe2Tell information around their school, they are more likely to remember it when they need it.

Culturally and linguistically diverse resources

Accessing other languages by phone: Safe2Tell utilizes translation services to accept phone reports in over 200 languages. When a concerned party calls Safe2Tell they are directed to dial “1” to speak with a live analyst. The Safe2Tell analyst will then ask non-English speakers which language they prefer. After a brief hold, the interpretation service provides communication in the preferred language. The interpreter will greet the concerned party and share the analyst guided Safe2Tell dialogue to obtain the information for the report.
Accessing other languages by web/mobile app: The website and app accept reports in English, Spanish, Somali, French, and Portuguese. To change language settings via the web, the first step is to click on the “Submit an Anonymous Report” tab from the home page. The person making the report will be redirected to a report form which contains an “Options & Language” tab at the top right corner. This drop down gives the person making the report the option to change the language settings. From the mobile app home screen: select “Submit an Anonymous Tip,” select the city/town, then select the event type. This will direct person making the report to the tip form page which contains the option to change the language settings at the very bottom of the page under “Select Another Language.” 
Accessing resources in Spanish: In addition, many of our training and outreach resources are in Spanish. Safe2Tell is proud to collaborate with the Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Education office at the Colorado Department of Education to create culturally responsive materials.


Safe2Tell has created a set of handouts that provide basic information about the program to educate students of all ages and the community.

Public Service Announcements (PSA)

Safe2Tell has provided a framework for schools to reach their students using public service announcements that promote the messages of Safe2Tell, with students speaking directly to their peers.

PSAs aired during our 2019 Teen2Teen campaign

Social Media Toolkit for Schools

Any school, community member or partnering agency can use the images below on their own social media accounts. In addition to the content listed below, local partners are encouraged to view and follow the Safe2Tell social media accounts. They are welcome to repost any content there on their own accounts.

To use these media files:

  1. Click on the desired thumbnail to open full sized image
  2. Click the share icon in the top right corner and click “Download Image”
  3. Save image in desired location
  4. Upload to desired media outlet page

Media to use on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook
#Safe2Tell #Safe2TellCO

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