Anonymous Bully Reporting Solution
An anonymous bully reporting program should be a part of every school’s anti-bullying efforts. The CyberBully Hotline's branded school tip line program is the ideal anonymous reporting solution. Fully customizable and robust, our tip line program easily aligns with a school's brand and colors, as well as its existing bullying prevention efforts. K-12 schools and districts across the country are using the CyberBully Hotline now to enhance school safety and build a more positive school climate. Learn more about our award-winning system and satisfied clients today.
Supporting National Bullying Prevention Month
To successfully prevent bullying in schools, administrators need the right resources. That's why we're providing free access to content from our Professional Development Series during National Bullying Prevention Month. Take advantage of this valuable content for a limited time only.
From now through Oct. 7, access our Bullying and Teen Suicide webinar for free. Then come back each week in October to view another valuable resource. You'll learn more about bullying, violence prevention, suicide prevention, and other key issues.
Easy for Students to Use, Easy for You to Manage
Unlike some bully reporting apps or “helplines,” the CyberBully Hotline is accessible to any student with any kind of phone. Students simply call or send a text message to anonymously report an issue. Receive reports directly and exchange messages in real time to begin a two-way anonymous dialogue that protects both you and people making reports. Learn more about how the CyberBully Hotline works.
It's Not Just for Bullying
Anonymous reporting programs can be used to report any issue: fighting, planned school violence, theft, cheating, weapons possession, drug abuse, suicidal thoughts…and the list goes on. Countless studies have shown that students are reluctant to report their problems to adults. The CyberBully Hotline gives students a new pathway to come forward and report their struggles. Read our case studies to see the diverse ways schools are using the CyberBully Hotline.