The office of the Governor, Attorney General Bill Schuette, the Michigan State Police, the Michigan Department of Education, the Michigan Department of Community Health, and the Michigan Department of Human Services are taking action to improve the safety of Michigan schools for our children. Their student safety initiative is Called OK2SAY.
The goal of OK2SAY program is to improve the safety of Michigan schools for our children. This program allows students a place to report any type of threat/violent incident they may have knowledge of without being labeled “uncool” or a “snitch”. The reporting is confidential and tips can be submitted by telephone, text message, email, or at the OK2SAY website. The tips submitted will be taken by trained operators who will field initial reports and promptly provide the information to appropriate local law enforcement agencies, community mental health service programs, and school districts.
Benefits of the OK2SAY program:
Increased Safety, Crisis training, collaborative support, timely response, and improved academic performance.
Please visit the OK2SAY website for further information