95% of teens now have access to a smartphone (and texting capabilities)
This platform allows students to alert their school staff of dangers on campus (and online)
Anti Bullying Notifications for Schools
Allows students (and parents) to alert school officials about bullying via email, phone calls or text message
Students can report unusual online/offline behavior (or unusual social media accounts) for your staff to review
Give students the chance to text in their anonymous tip to administrators so they can help their peers stay safe
Direct dial & access to your staff
A student has an option to be connected directly to one of your counselors/staff via phone/text if they want to talk
All Data Is Accessible For Your Team
Your staff can log in and see trends with the data over time as all reporting is kept in one database. View incidents on a calendar, grid or reports to show trends
Works With One School (Or A Whole District)
SROs and district staff often want to know what's happening across campuses (and be able to serve). This platform provides detailed reports by school, date, student and social media app/location
30% of young people around the world report being a victim of online bullying - UNICEF Study
Why should schools be concerned about bullying?
"As Soon as Students have a Phone, Bullying is in Their Back Pocket"
Cyberbullying & internet safety are ranked by parents as 2 of the top 5 health concerns they have for their children, according to researchers at Mott Children's Hospital.
We Are Supported By SROs and Educators All Over The Country
"In addition to using Instagram, Twitter and Facebook as a portfolio, Josh gave students pointers that helped to keep their information private. Everyone left with a clear road map that they can use for the next few months to make sure they shine online."
–Tracy Rampy, Educator, Southeast Kansas Education
“Josh was so helpful and I was able to learn so much about how to create a positive digital footprint. His training makes it easier to organize your talents/projects in a way that colleges aren’t able to see in essays.”
–Emmy R., High School Student
"Our kids were relieved to have someone tell them, 'hey, it's great to use it (social media) and you can brand yourself in a positive way for future college, career and volunteer endeavors.' Rather than 'it's bad, stay away from it, etc...'"
–Mollie McNally, Blue Valley High School, Assistant Principal
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