Safe2Tell Colorado allows students and adults in Colorado to anonymously report safety concerns.
- Students know safety and mental health concerns about their peers before adults.
- As part of a healthy community, students have a duty to inform others about safety concerns.
- As a first step, students should always try to talk to a trusted adult.
- If that’s too hard, or it’s after school hours, Safe2Tell is a backup plan.
- Safe2Tell is anonymous to encourage students to report safety concerns.
What do parents need to know about Safe2Tell?
- Tips can be submitted by calling 1-877-542-7233, at www.safe2tell.org, or on the Google Play and Apple Store Apps.
- Parents can make a report themselves as well as with/on behalf of their child(ren).
- After submitting a report, a Safe2Tell dispatcher will always respond with their name and ask follow-up questions. Please wait and engage in a conversation with Safe2Tell.
- Safe2Tell relays concerns to local law enforcement and schools. Safe2Tell itself does not investigate tips.
- If you and/or your child(ren) have a mobile device, add the Safe2Tell app to it.
What Safe2Tell Can/Cannot Do For You:
- Safe2Tell does not notify the reporting party of the report outcome. All outcome information is private and autonomous.
- If you have previously reported the situation to your school staff and are not satisfied with the outcome, Safe2Tell cannot enforce a different outcome.
- Safe2Tell is not a resource for keeping a “record” of your school or child’s history.
- Safe2Tell accepts tips related to young adults at a location unknown to you, other states, and other countries. Please use Community at Large as the school/location.