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 coronavirus (COVID-19) has taken the world by storm and disrupted many aspects of our lives. Students in Michigan are feeling the extraordinary ripple effect as schools are shut down.
The Michigan Department of Attorney General and the Michigan State Police want to assure you that OK2SAY is available 24/7 to help students report threats to their safety or the safety of others.
OK2SAY is Michigan’s most effective prevention-based reporting system by empowering students to “break the code of silence” by stepping up and speaking out.