How To Submit An Anonymous Tip
Submit A Tip
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What Should You Report?
You can help save lives by reporting observed threats, behaviors, actions, and harassment. Here are examples of some of the most common behaviors and incidents to report:
Acts of violence, with or without weapons
Verbal or physical abuse, assault or harassment
Sexual abuse, assault or harassment
Threats seen on social media
Bullying, fighting, harassment or intimidating behaviors
Bragging about weapons or a planned attack
Depression, anxiety or loss of self-control
Hopelessness, excessive guilt or worthlessness
Reckless behavior, theft and petty crimes
Social isolation or withdrawal
Substance or alcohol abuse
Suicide threats, cutting or other self-harm
Any other troubling situation or behavior
What Happens After You Submit Your Tip?
After you provide as much information you have about a safety or mental health concern, here are the next steps:
A Crisis Counselor reviews your information and replies to your tip with a private chat message.
You chat anonymously with the Crisis Counselor and answer any follow-up questions.
The Crisis Counselor lets you know once they’ve gathered all the information they need.
If you learn any new information, you can come back to your tip’s chat later and update your Crisis Counselor.
In Partnership With...
Designed specifically for the education community and used in over 35,000 U.S. schools, P3 Campus is the nation's leading K-12 anonymous reporting solution. School community members can report about a wide range of concerns, from mental health issues to threats of violence, through the P3 Campus mobile app or through any web browser. P3 Campus provides the ability for Crisis Counselors and the school district to engage in two-way dialogue with anonymous reporting parties to acquire more information about their concern.
Used by over 2.9 million students, Sandy Hook Promise partners with P3 Campus to provide 24/7/365 access to trained Crisis Counselors who respond to anonymously-submitted mental health concerns. With backgrounds in psychology, social work, and education, their Crisis Counselors are trained in suicide prevention, crisis management, and mental health support. The Sandy Hook Promise Crisis Center partners with the school district to manage and respond to tips from submission to completion.