Protecting Children is one of the Attorney General’s top priorities. In addition to protecting children by aggressively pursuing parents who have the ability to pay child support but refuse to do so, the Attorney General also administers Michigan’s most effective prevention-based student safety reporting mechanism—OK2SAY.
The Department of Attorney General is proud to feature two customized programs to protect children across the state: OK2SAY—Michigan’s student safety program and the Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative.
Both programs are free, and they feature content tailored specifically for each grade level. All schools (public, private, charter) are invited to participate in the Michigan CSI/OK2SAY program. Registrations are now being accepted.
Encourage your school to become a leader and to submit a Michigan CSI/OK2SAY registration form as soon as possible.