Safe2Tell (1-877-542-SAFE) is a state-wide hotline for students, teachers, and others to report violent or troubling events. The goal is to break the “code of silence” and intervene before an event occurs. All information is kept anonymous; the caller does not have to give a name or any other identifying information. All information is forwarded promptly to the appropriate school or law enforcement official.
In the first eight months of operation, Safe2Tell hotline received calls concerning bullying, threats, assaults, child abuse, and drug and alcohol abuse. Safe2Tell is an initiative of the Colorado Student Crimestopper program with support from the Colorado Trust.
We all want our children to be in a safe and caring environment. Sadly, the effects of bullying cause thousands of children to be distressed and fearful. The Attorney General is a partner in the Colorado Anti-Bullying Project to assist parents, children, and schools in being "bully-proof." The Attorney General also strongly supports creating opportunities for students to talk about this issue without fear of reprisal through the Safe2Tell initiative. Visit safe2tell.org for more information. The hotline to make a report is 1-877-542-SAFE.