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How to Make an Anonymous Report

How It Works

Safe2Tell Colorado is a Colorado model prevention strategy operating under the Colorado Attorney General’s Office, Department of Law. Founded in 2004, Safe2Tell Colorado is the law-enforcement led component of School Safety for the state of Colorado. Colorado schools are required by the Colorado Department of Education to include Safe2Tell Colorado as part of school safety planning.

The mission of Safe2Tell Colorado is to ensure that every Colorado student, parent, teacher and community member has access to a safe and anonymous way to report any concerns to their safety or the safety of others, with a focus on early intervention and prevention through awareness and education. 

Safe2Tell Process

Safe2Tell Colorado calls, web and mobile app tips are answered 24/7/365 by trained communications professionals. Reports are sent to the appropriate school and/or law enforcement agency for investigation and follow-up. 

Your Anonymity is Protected by Law

According to Colorado State Law (C.R.S. 07-197, C.R.S 12-097, and C.R.S 14-002) the anonymity of those making Safe2Tell Colorado reports is protected. It is imperative that those responding to Safe2Tell Colorado reports abide by the law and seek to protect the reporting party from threats, intimidation, or retaliation. The content of Safe2Tell Colorado reports also is protected and inadmissible in a court of law, except under in-camera review by the presiding judge.

The information in Safe2Tell Colorado reports belongs directly to the school involved in the pertaining information. Any reports or information contained therein are not shared with any entity requesting that information for public use.  C.R.S. 22-32-109.1(3) & C.R.S. 19.1.303 and 304 require interagency information sharing in order to assure a safe environment for students and staff in Colorado.