DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’s Safe2Tell program is setting new records. The program provides students an anonymous way to report threats.

Officials say, during the last school year, they received 19,861 tips — a 28% increase over the previous school year. Suicides and concerns about drugs remain top concerns.

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Colorado’s Attorney General Phil Weiser says the increase shows students feel more comfortable using the program to report their concerns.

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Anonymously report anything that concerns or threatens you, your friends, your family or your community by calling 1-877-542-7233, or download the mobile app.

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The Safe2Tell website also offers resources and publications for educators, parents and students on everything from sexting to cutting and huffing.