October Tips To Safe2Tell Drops Dramatically From Last YearA statewide program to prevent violence among students is receiving fewer tips. Safe2Tell officials say anonymous tip volume dropped 56% in October compared to the same month in 2019.
Safe2Tell Tips Dropped 7% During 2019-2020 School Year, Report FindsSafe2Tell released its annual report on Tuesday for the 2019-2020 school year.
Cyberbullying & Welfare Checks Emerge As Top Safe2Tell TipsCyberbullying and welfare checks moved into the top three Safe2Tell tip categories, officials announced Tuesday.
Boy Arrested For Making Online Threats Against Two Cherry Creek SchoolsA young boy has been arrested in Aurora and charged with making threats against two Cherry Creek schools. The arrest happened on Tuesday.
More And More People Using Safe2Tell: 'Elevating The Conversation'Safe2Tell has been in Colorado for 15 years, and the number of calls into it continue to grow.
Safe2Tell Hotline Reports Record Number Of Tips For 2018-2019 School YearThe Safe2Tell hotline reports a record number of tips called in for the last school year in Colorado. Safe2Tell is set up for students to report anonymous threats to their own safety or others.
Safe2Tell 'Provides That Platform' For Students As They Start New School YearAs Safe2Tell Colorado turns 15 years old, students, administrators and the programs director say it continues to be a vital violence prevention tool.
Safe2Tell Program Hits Record Number Of Tips For 2018-19 School YearColorado's Safe2Tell program is setting new records. The program provides students an anonymous way to report threats.
Record Number Of Safe2Tell Tips Reported In Colorado Last MonthThe Safe2Tell hotline saw a record number of reported tips last month in Colorado. The hotline is used to report possible threats to schools and students. 
Strobe Lights, Speakers: Denver Public Schools Adds More Security MeasuresDenver Public Schools is working on new security additions to ensure students are safe and parents are aware.
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.