STOPit! is an online reporting tool designed to prevent and decrease bullying and cyber abuse, consisting of an app and a back-end incident management system for school administrators.
This app empowers students to stand up for themselves and one another. Students will have the power to help end the harmful and inappropriate behavior they see online through social media or in person. Parents, teachers, and others can also anonymously report anything of concern to school officials - from cyber-bullying to threats of violence or self-harm.
Anonymous reports can contain text, photos, or video. Administrators can manage incidents in the STOPit management system. The system provides efficient and powerful investigative tools to staff, including messaging with the reporter, allowing NMSD to address issues instantly.
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Is STOPit really anonymous?
STOPit is truly anonymous. The district does not have the ability to identify the submitter of a report or message. If a person wants to provide their name or other identifying information in the content of their report or message, they may do so.
How does the STOPit mobile app work?
After the STOPit app is downloaded to the student’s phone, several powerful features are available. The Report feature can be used to anonymously submit incident reports consisting of an image, video, and/or text to school contacts who can respond to the incidents and get help to the student(s) in need. The STOPit app also allows for anonymous two-way communication between students and school administrators through STOPit Messenger.
What happens after a STOPit report is made?
Can the STOPit app be used by students under the age of 13?
The STOPit app (and its browser-based version) may be used by children under the age of 13.
Who recieves the reports my child submits via STOPit?
Reports and Messenger messages are received by the contacts designated by the school and district administrators
Can I as a parent, teacher, or community member use the app to report incidents?
Yes, parents, teachers, and community members can make an anonymous report via the STOPit app or through the desktop reporting link.