SafeOregon School Safety Tip Line
SafeOregon is a program created for Oregon students, parents, school staff, community members and law enforcement officers to report and respond to student safety threats. The SafeOregon tip line is a place to report safety concerns involving school such as threats, violence, bullying, drugs, self-harm or cyber-bullying. All tips go immediately to a tip line technician (24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year). Tips are promptly analyzed and forwarded to designated personnel who can provide further assistance in resolving reported incidents.
Tips can be submitted in a variety of ways:
- 911: Use 911 to report an emergency. SafeOregon does not replace 911.
- Tip line: SafeOregon is a statewide secure place to confidentially share information of a potential threat to school or student safety.
Appropriate Use: SafeOregon is for serious concerns and focuses on sharing important information, preventing tragedies, and saving lives. It is against Oregon law to misuse SafeOregon. Misusing the tip line (prank tips or deliberate false reports) may be investigated by law enforcement and result in a Class A misdemeanor with a maximum jail sentence of one year and maximum fine of $6,250 (ORS 165.570).
SafeOregon School Tip Line - En Español
SafeOregon 2017-2018 Annual Report - click here