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All point people (administrators, law enforcement, etc.) who want to access the tip line will have to download the Google Voice App to their phone or tablet (Android or i OS devices).Once the app is downloaded, they must configure it congruent with the settings of the how the Google Voice tipline was set up (e.g., input the same login and password used to create the tipline in the first place).Every school we have worked with that has implemented these systems has said that yes, they might receive a few insincere reports a year, but the vast majority are legitimate and provide extremely helpful information to consider.The bottom line is that using these systems allow students to be the eyes and ears out there in the school community to keep educators in the loop about issues they really must know.And getting in front of these issues – or incendiary sparks, if you will pardon the metaphor – can definitely keep them from flaring up into a blazing inferno of sorts.Second, whenever I spend time with youth at schools, I am reminded that they honestly do want to speak up. The problem is, they just don’t know how to do so safely and in a way that feels comfortable for them.They even wonder if some students will attempt to bully others by reporting them as an aggressor.
Texts can be forwarded to a specific email (or multiple emails) as well.
And, they are concerned about the possible fallout from doing so (being found out, labeled a tattletale, targeted with retaliation).