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New tool to combat bullying

Safe Communications Inc.today launched www.AnonymousTips.com, a new website where school officials can register to receive tips about bullying
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Safe Communications Inc.today launched www.AnonymousTips.com, a new website where school officials can register to receive tips about bullying and other dangerous behavior from concerned students, parents and teachers. The new site gives bullied students an avenue to share information with authorities without fear of reprisal.

The free service collects anonymous tips about bullying and other dangerous behavior from students, parents, teachers and other users. After screening the tips for legitimacy and relevance, the service forwards the information to the appropriate school or law enforcement officials. Visit www.anonymoustips.com for more information.

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