Click here to access a free white paper and webinar on anonymous reporting in schools.
As a school administrator, counselor, or safety officer, you can only address problems that are brought to your attention. But if students or parents are reluctant to reach out for help, how can you provide assistance? The only way you can is by creating an environment that encourages them to come forward. That is where anonymous reporting programs come into play.
Our free anonymous reporting resources will help you learn more about anonymous reporting. A recording of our recent one-hour webinar on school-based anonymous reporting programs is available for viewing. A companion guide on implementing an anonymous reporting program is also available. Both of these resources can be viewed by filling out the form below.
With this free content, you will learn:
Dr. Nicole Yetter (pictured above) is the author of our anonymous reporting materials. Dr. Yetter is a Pennsylvania-based school guidance counselor, safe schools coach, Certified Olweus Trainer, and educational consultant. She is an expert in bullying prevention and will help you learn all you need to know about implementing an anonymous reporting program in your school.
Fill in the form below to access our anonymous reporting materials.