Safe2Tell Sees Big Spike In Tips ReportedColorado's attorney general says the Safe2Tell program is set to have yet another record-breaking school year for number of tips reported.
Mental Health Awareness Month: 'There Is Help Out There'October is Mental Health Awareness Month. The goal is to get people talking about mental illness, end the stigma, and encourage people who need help to speak up.
Lawmakers Work To Keep Safe2Tell A Place To Prevent Bullying, Not Promote ItA Colorado hotline designed to stop bullying is enabling it in some cases. Now lawmakers want to better track false reports to Safe2Tell.
More Spending Authorized For 'Safe2Tell' Program After School Threat HoaxA Jefferson County student is in custody and could face charges for making a threat to district schools.
Suspect May Face Charges After Fake School Threats Posted As 'Joke'Fake violent threats made against some schools in Jefferson County have prompted an investigation.
Safe2Tell Tip Launches Threat Investigation At High SchoolThe Thompson School District said local law enforcement has launched an investigation, after receiving a tip of a threat of violence to Harold Ferguson High School.
Colorado's 'Safe2Tell' Stops Planned Attacks, Prevents allows anyone to anonymously report concerns about possible school violence in Colorado.
Middle School Threat Discovered By Safe2Tell ProgramThere is an increase in security at Summit Middle School on Tuesday following a threat uncovered through the school's Safe2Tell program.
'Safe2Tell' Program Proves To Be Asset Again After School IncidentNames discovered on a middle school student's note threatening school violence are safe thanks to another student reporting it using the school's Safe2Tell program.
Educators: More School Protection Helping Students LearnNationwide, threats are increasing, according to police, school employees, security consultants and others, taking a toll on staff and students' sense of security and their ability to learn.
Shooting Report Authors: Lessons From Arapahoe High Should Be Heeded StatewideIn a meeting to discuss this week's reports on the Arapahoe High School shooting, school officials in Littleton say they have already made changes and more are coming.