Anonymous cyber bullying reporting service launched

Anonymous bullying reporting is now required for schools by many state laws and is recommended by the major anti-bullying curriculum programs.
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Anonymous bullying reporting is now required for schools by many state laws and is recommended by the major anti-bullying curriculum programs. In response, SchoolReach, an automated parent notification service, has introduced the CyberBully Hotline, a two-way communications tool that allows students to text an anonymous message to school officials. Those officials can also reply anonymously in order to provide students the help they need to address the offensive bullying act.

The CyberBully Hotline offers an automatic number for students to call or text anonymous tips to, and it includes a complete bullying prevention program. To learn more, visit www.cyberbullyhotline.com.

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The CyberBully Hotline, an anonymous bully reporting program offered by SchoolReach, a leading provider of automated school notification solutions, has announced that Katie Koestner, Janet M. Irvine and Dr. Nicole Yetter – each nationally-recognized experts in the field of bully and cyber bully prevention and school safety – will be joining the program as regular contributors to its professional development and education resource center.

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Our counselor has noticed a recent increase in the number of harassment incidents that appear to be based on E-mail exchanges, student blogs, and cell phone messages. Are other schools experiencing this? Yes, so many that there’s a new term: Cyber bullying. It refers to harassing, threatening, or otherwise