Are you a student, parent or part of a school staff? Is so, this section is for you. You can find more information on SafeOregon specific to each group by clicking on the links below.
This information is designed to guide you with some of the initial questions you may have and help you understand how SafeOregon works.
SafeOregon is a program available for Oregon students in public schools kindergarten through twelfth grade. We created SafeOregon so that Students and other members of the public can anonymously report or share confidential information of a threat or a potential threat to student safety.
SafeOregon receives tips focused on what makes student feel unsafe or if a student knows someone who feels unsafe. Here are a few examples: safety threats, violence, threats of violence, fights, drugs, alcohol, weapons, bullying or friends that talk about hurting themselves, harassment, intimidation, cyber bullying, or self-harm.
The main goal of the School Safety Tip Line is to intervene at the earliest possible point in the life of a young person who is struggling, helping them when they need it, before the situation turns into a tragedy.