Sandy Hook Promise's Say Something Anonymous Reporting System allows students, parents, and community members to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to help identify and intervene upon at-risk individuals BEFORE they hurt themselves or others. Your tips are uploaded with secure intel to a live 24/7 crisis center where all tips reported are managed until the cases are resolved. The system enables school administrators and law enforcement to create effective interventions and to help prevent violence, suicide, bullying, self-harm and other forms of threatening behavior.
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Ratings and Reviews
This doesn’t help anyone:
If someone I know is depressed or anything, I’m not going to begin to go through this app. Being direct with people is much better than trying to do it anonymously and solve it like a scooby-doo mystery, and it does not really help anyone and wastes time. Like I really appreciate the ambition to help kids out, but this is not the way to do it. Again, since this app is for anything that isn’t an emergency, I just don’t see any use. Aside from this, I have no clue why everyone wants to act like teens that are mentally struggling are uncommon. This is coming from someone that goes to an advanced/gifted program high school, and everyone I know of in my grade, or just the entire school for that matter, has things going on that causes a lot of depression and constant negative emotions. Instead of just reporting this stuff, can we actually speak about how to deal with it, or even just fix the problem. The main problem is that school overworks everyone, and you have to overwork yourself until you are mentally exhausted just to get into a decent college. There’s a million other things that are causing constant depression and stress in lives, so can we actually do something about instead of reporting that people are struggling, only for it to happen again.
The wrong approach
My school recently decided to take this app on, and I am honestly ashamed by the concept of it. This is just wasted potential. Instead of developing an app where children can go and report other children based on their behavior - which they’re not trained or taught how to recognize properly by the way - perhaps they should have developed an ANONYMOUS COUNSELING APP which links students to a counselor anonymously, and they can chat. Instead of forcing students to throw each other under the bus, how about provide counseling as an option instead of something other students force on their peers. Honestly, this is the worst concept for a “helpful” app I have seen. It’s sad that myself, a 17 year old, CAN THINK OF A BETTER CONCEPT than this. It doesn’t help people, in fact the negative effects it could have on a community far outweigh the positive - embarrassing kids who might already be struggling with depression or other mental health issues. These guys should just declare bankruptcy at this point smh.
Overly concerned parent
This is probably a great app in some ways but there are issues my child was already dealing with and I was getting her help for when someone decided to “anonymously” report her as depressed and suicidal therefore sending the police to my residence and pretty much embarrassing her and upsetting her even more. I’m not sure how you can say that helped in any way. Not only to mention that I had to explain our whole PERSONAL business to the officer. My concern is why wasn’t the PARENT contacted first? Was this a kid or parent who was concerned or someone merely sticking there nose in someone else’s business? I felt like a criminal for trying to help my child and not letting the authorities know first. If kids are already going through something upsetting I’m sure totally humiliating them by sending police to the residence is really going to help matters. So, thank you anonymous tipster for NOT helping.
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- Navigate360, LLC
- 31.3 MB
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 9.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later and a Mac with Apple M1 chip.
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