Students During Break

speak up when a friend needs help!

SAFE2TELL Wyoming is here for YOU 24/7 to report any threatening behavior that affects you, your friends, your family, or your community. Students can use Safe2Tell Wyoming to report: bullying, stealing, threats, fights, drugs, alcohol, weapons, sexual misconduct, harassment, stalking, dating violence, cutting, suicidal behaviors or any other violent or dangerous situations that threaten their safety or the safety of others.

 

It is for the purpose of prevention and intervention - to help keep students safe and healthy.

 

Find more information on concerns facing youth, scroll down to view our student lounge.

Safe2Tell WY is for serious reports only. It is NOT for pranks or hang-up calls. False reports and blatant misuse of the Safe2Tell WY resource will be investigated.

REASONS 2 TELL:

Ongoing bullying leads to the school discipline of a student when a tip reveals his plan to beat up a child after school.

A tip received reveals a gun on an elementary school bus, leading to it being confiscated.

A caller tells of middle school students using drugs in the school bathroom, which also leads to the discovery of girls playing the "choking game," preventing further incidents.

Threats of a planned school attack are averted after a tip gives law enforcement enough information to make an arrest.

 

Still not sure if you should call? If you don't, who will?

Legs in Jeans


 
TIPS FOR TEENS!

When you see something, say something!

Tell a trusted adult when you have a safety concern – this means you may need to keep telling someone until action is taken!

Help create a climate where you and your peers feel comfortable sharing sensitive information you may have regarding a potentially threatening situation! 

 

 This means developing meaningful social and emotional connections and creating an environment of mutual respect!

Look out for each other and help those who are hurting or struggling!

TELLING V. TATTLING/SNITCHING

There is a big difference between tattling or snitching and telling. Tattling or snitching is the intentional act of trying to get someone in trouble or make yourself look good. Telling is reporting an issue to help someone who is struggling or being hurt.

 STUDENT LOUNGE 

SUICIDE

Teenager on Her Phone

CYBERBULLYING + BULLYING

DRUG

 

ABUSE

DRINKING

Male Teacher with Students

HUFFING

DEPRESSION

SEXTING

WEAPONS

SMOKING

INTERNET

SAFETY

SEXUAL

ASSAULT

CUTTING

Students Taking Exams

SMOKING