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Say Something Anonymous Reporting System


Sandy Hook Promise’s Say Something Anonymous Reporting System (SS-ARS) is a holistic program combining education about the warning signs of potential violence or self-harm with the tools to safely report concerns. This is the only anonymous reporting system in the U.S. that provides training along with a mobile app, website, and hotline – exclusively for schools. 

See Something? SAY SOMETHING! Use the QR code to access the anonymous reporting system!

What is the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System?

Submitting a Tip from the Mobile App

National Crisis Center

  • Operates 24/7/365 – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
  • Solely responding to messages (aka tips) received by the Say Something Anonymous Reporting System
  • Dedicated team of highly skilled and trained Crisis Counselors
  • Fluent in multiple languages with translation support for over 600 languages
  • Trained in suicide prevention, crisis management, and mental health support
  • Skilled professionals with backgrounds in psychology, social work, and education
  • Directed by a former law enforcement official with 20+ years of experience in anonymous reporting systems

Anonymous Tip Management System

  • Developed and managed by industry experts with 30+ years of experience in anonymous reporting
  • State-of-the-art security with certified SOC-2 compliance
  • Supports tip submission via telephone, website and mobile app, available for iOS (Apple Store) and Android (Google Play) 
  • Used by leaders in the field of anonymous reporting, including Crime Stoppers

Access the Sandy Hook Promise site for prevent suicide training for parents.

How does SS-ARS work?

Students and staff can submit an anonymous tip through an app, the website, or a phone call when they notice concerning or threatening behavior. Every submission goes directly to an identified building crisis team. The team steps in to address the threat. If it is a life threatening situation, local law enforcement is immediately notified.