STOPit Anonymous Reporting
Whitley County Consolidated Schools is proud to announce our district and schools are now using STOPit. This online anonymous reporting system is designed to deter bullying, discrimination and other inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
Students and families can use STOPit to:
make anonymous reports through the STOPit mobile app or website
submit a photo or video evidence
alert school administrators to issues early, before they escalate
connect immediately via text with certified mental health counselors through the Crisis Text Line located in the app
Students and family members have the power to help end harmful and inappropriate behavior they see online through social media and other means. Students can use STOPit to reach out for help if they or a peer are facing a personal crisis or experiencing bullying, abuse, or being in need of mental health support. STOPit can be used to report bullying, cyberbullying, discrimination, harassment, violence, threats, weapons, alcohol or drug-related issues, mental health struggles like suicidal ideations, or any other concerns.
How does STOPit work?
Students or family members make a tip via mobile app or website or by calling 463.213.9525.
Incident Response Center monitors and reviews the submission.
School administrators receive and act on tip submissions.
How to Report Your Concern
STOPit is Anonymous
STOPit Student Training Video - How Does It Work?
STOPit Student Training Video - Grades 6-12