by: Anonymous Alerts® - K12 Alerts® • 74
Anonymous Alerts is a complete anonymous reporting system and software management system. It is simple, secure and enables a submitter to quickly report incidents relating to violence, bullying, cyberbullying, depression, drugs, gang-related issues, harassment, suicide threats, cutting or other self-harm, social isolation or withdrawal, weapons (brought to school/or discussion about using them) or unusual behavior which may warrant immediate attention by officials or law enforecemnt. A submitter can establish anonymous 2-way communications with authorized personnel. Anonymous Alerts is Patented (U.S. Patent No. 9,071,579).
The Anonymous Alerts reporting app was created to help students, parents or community members choose a school official to contact, type of incident to report, school building and/or a specific location, set a priority level of normal or high and upload a photo, screenshot or video related to the incident.
At first, the school or school district provides a login ID and password for a student or parent to login with and send a report directly to their school official(s). Students and parents have access to their content that is specific to their school or district. Once the user login ID and password are saved they can report incidents at any time. The Anonymous Alerts system encrypts tips so that school officials can respond to a tipster without being able to identify the person. Our system also alternately allows tipsters to identify themselves.
Students can use the Smart Button to report their GPS location if lost, abducted or in a dangerous situations. Our Smart Button can also be used by a school official to report their GPS location in dangerous situations.
Anonymous Alerts helps detect, deny and control bullying, safety and mental health issues in schools, the workplace and universities. The app is free to download. Anonymous Alerts App requires a subscription and is customized with your organization name, locations and school officials to contact and phone numbers. If your school or school district is not a current subscriber of Anonymous Alerts ask them to request a subscription.
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