Wisconsin Department of Justice Unveils School Safety Tipline
The program is called "Speak Up and Speak Out" and its funded by nearly $2 million in federal grants.
SUPERIOR, Wisc. – The Wisconsin Department of Justice and the Office of School Safety have unveiled a new way for middle and high school students to get more safety guidance.
The program is called “Speak Up and Speak Out” and its funded by nearly $2 million in federal grants.
Students can access the system entirely online giving them a new outlet if they have safety concerns even in a time when classes are more virtual.
“So if a student is struggling with a mental health challenge or their concerned about school safety they can contact this tip line. They can submit a tip and the experts at the office and school safety can follow up on the tip,” Wisconsin Attorney General, Josh Kaul says.
For more information on the Speak Up and Speak Out campaign, click here: Speak Up Wisconsin