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STOPIt Reporting System

STOPIt! Alert Tip Reporting System

STOPit is a mobile app that empowers any student to anonymously report school safety issues and reach out for help if they or a peer are facing a personal crisis or experiencing situations such as bullying, theft, mental health concerns, violence, sexual harassment, substance abuse or any other student safety concern. This app is available to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

 

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How it works:

The STOPit app has two important features:

  • Submit A Tip - can be used by students to report incidents to school administrators and SROs.  Students can report as much detail as they would like and can even include photos, screenshots and videos. The report is received in real-time, allowing school personnel to quickly respond and begin taking the appropriate action.
  • Crisis Text Line - can be used to engage in anonymous, two-way communication with a counselor.    

No student information is needed to use STOPit. The only way personally identifiable information will be accessible through STOPit is if a student voluntarily includes it within the content of a report or message. Each school has a unique code for students to enter to ensure their anonymous report is instantly delivered to the appropriate school administrators and SROs.

Students are the most important first responders of school safety, as they are the eyes and ears of what is happening before, during, and after school. Offering this communication tool will enhance our layers of school safety and better promote a “see something, say something, do something” school culture.

https://appweb.stopitsolutions.com/login

DCSC Access Code: DanvilleSchools

 

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FAQs:

Is STOPit really anonymous?
STOPit is truly anonymous. Danville Community Schools does not know the identity of the student submitting the report or message. At the student’s discretion, they may choose to voluntarily provide identifying information in the content of report or message.

How does the STOPit mobile app work?

The STOPit app can be downloaded onto any mobile device through the Apple App Store or Google Play. Once the app is downloaded, students have access to anonymously submit a report and include details through text, screenshots, and videos.  Reports are instantly received by assigned school administrators and SROs who will then take appropriate actions. One benefit of the STOPit app is that it allows for two-way communication.  School administrators and SROs have the ability to confirm to the student that the report has been received and ask any necessary follow-up questions.

Students can also access the Crisis Text Line, which gives them access to text with a crisis counselor.

The STOPit mobile app is available to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

What information does a student need to provide to use STOPit?
Once the STOPit app has been downloaded, students will be required to enter their unique school code. It is important to enter the correct code that corresponds to their school to ensure any anonymous report that is made is delivered to the appropriate school personnel.

The STOPIt! app has also been installed on all district-owned student Chromebooks.

Who receives the reports that a student submits via STOPit?
Reports are received by assigned school administrators and school resource officers.

Can STOPit be used by children under the age of 13?
The STOPit app may be used by children under the age of 13. If you have questions regarding the usage of the app, you may reach out to Matthew Oliphant, School Police Chief.

What if my child does not have a mobile device?

Anonymous reports can be made via district-owned student Chromebooks. Simply enter the school access code and the appropriate school officials will be notified. 

Can a parent or teacher use the app to report incidents?
Parents and teachers can use the STOPit app to make a report by either downloading the app or visiting https://appweb.stopitsolutions.com/login on a desktop computer.

What is happening to Safeschool Alert?
Safe Schools Alert System has been deactivated. The STOPit app will be an improvement to the Anonymous Alert System, allowing students to access these features:

  • Submit A Tip - can be used by students to report incidents to school administrators and SROs anonymously.  Students can report as much detail as they would like and can even include photos, screenshots, and videos. The report is received in real-time, allowing school personnel to quickly respond and begin taking the appropriate action.
  • Crisis Text Line - can be used to engage in anonymous, two-way communication with a counselor.    

I have additional questions about STOPit. Who can I contact?
For questions regarding the STOPit app, please contact Matthew Oliphant, School Police Chief. You can also visit the website www.stopitsolutions.com

 

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