Safe2SpeakUp is a companion app to CrisisGo. This means that school staff using CrisisGo can communicate and coordinate student safety by communicating between the two apps. In order to meet student privacy and COPPA requirements, the combination of the two sister apps provides a best of class solution to student safety.Learn about our Full Suite Features
Students have their own app to ensure that they are comfortable and confident when reporting bully-related activities or safety issues. Students can anonymously report safety tips and receive important safety information.
With two-way messaging, your staff can send and receive multi-media messages for clearer safety communication. You can also remind your students of the importance of reporting bullying and safety threats.
You can allow parents to use the reporting tool to gain more information about safety risks involving their children. Including parents also helps keep them informed about how to talk to their child about bullying.
When someone sees something, you want them to say something, whether they’re a staff member or a student. CrisisGo and the companion Safe2SpeakUp app allow you to report safety issues right when you notice them.
We want everyone to have access to bully reporting, so we created a backup web form for easy reporting. Your school can share this on their website and social media pages to make sure everyone always has access to safety reporting.
Monitor, respond to, and review all your emergency alerts and safety communication from an intuitive and easy-to-use online dashboard.
"The ease of use and the immediate notification to administrators when a report is submitted has proven to be invaluable."
"Why do we have to have it? Why should we download it? And I tell them, it's just another tool or toolbox for school safety."
"Students and parents feel that they have a direct line to the Principal at their school. With the issues going around in the nation, our parents felt safer and were very happy to hear that their school could report any type of incident."