Best practices for report responses
Safe2Tell provides several resources for multidisciplinary teams on report investigation, documentation, and the P3 report management software.
Improving Safe2Tell culture and climate
Safe2Tell has compiled a resource guide encompassing best practices from local multidisciplinary teams. The suggestions focus on improving Safe2Tell culture through strengthening the paradigms of school and law enforcement administration, technical operations of P3, and messaging to students.
Get your school and community involved
School partners can use the templates below to share information about Safe2Tell with families and school staff. This template includes Safe2Tell training messages that families and staff can expand upon during conversations with their student(s). It is suggested to distribute these letters at the beginning of the school year and/or to accompany any Safe2Tell presentation.
Empower your school
Safe2Tell provides resources and materials from videos and posters to presentations and trainings to empower the whole community to break the code of silence and report concerns anonymously. The more you see something, the more likely you are to remember it. Safe2Tell provides a variety of free support tools for you to do everything possible to create a safer school and to educate and empower your students.
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House Bill 22-1052 requires each student identification card issued to a public school student to contain the phone number, website, and text talk number for the 24-hour telephone crisis service center (Colorado Crisis Services) and Safe2Tell.
A free template of a design is below.