Anonymous Alerts Anti-bullying Reporting App

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Anonymous Alerts

Starting Wednesday, about 30,000 teenagers at the Toronto's Catholic school board's 32 high schools can use a smartphone app to report bullying, cyberbullying, threats, concerns about a classmate's self-harming behaviour or other safety issues. There is no requirement for them to identify themselves.

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The process involves a few simple clicks of the button that includes identifying the school and principal, then choosing from a list of categories to report the incident such as abuse, harassment, bomb threats or depression.

As soon as a student clicks "submit" the school principal and vice-principal receive notifications by text message and email.