We need your help to keep our students, staff, schools and community safe. If you see or hear something that could be a safety issue it's important that you tell someone. Often, safety issues can be resolved by talking with your students teacher or principal.
Make Report OnlineYou can also share your safety concerns via the Tell Someone form. Any information submitted using the form goes directly to our Safe Schools Coordinator who will use discretion and keep as much information confidential as possible to ensure the issue is addressed.
Call the TIP LineYou can also leave an anonymous message on our tip line by calling (916) 979-TIPS (8477).
Send a textYou can text a report of bullying or other safety issue anonymously to the following number: (916) 243-5552Please tell us:
Remember - all reporting is confidential!
- What is happening
- Who is involved
- The school where this is happening
- Anything else that will help us stop and solve the problem
Get up to a $1,000 reward!The San Juan Unified School District encourages the reporting of potentially dangerous or suspicious activities. Through the We-Tip program, our community can file anonymous reports through a 24-hour hotline. If you or your child want to report a crime or suspicious circumstance, call the toll-free number, 1-800-78-CRIME, or visit www.wetip.com. If you see something or know something, say something."WETIP" is both a prevention tool and a crime reporting instrument for member schools affected by problems such as arson, illegal drug use, graffiti, vandalism, weapons and bullying. By promoting the “WETIP” program among students, staff, and neighbors, schools affirm that they will not tolerate crimes on their campuses and reveal that their sites are being watched.Established in 1972, the hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Callers to “WETIP” are totally anonymous not just confidential. There is no tracing of calls or any way to identify callers. This may be an incentive to anyone who has hesitation about sharing information for fear of being identified. A reward of up to $1,000.00 per crime is offered, and a system is in place to pay any rewards anonymously.
Last Modified on May 1, 2014