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OK2SAY - Michigan  Student Safety Program

OK2SAY - Stop the Silence. Help End the Violence

OK2SAY - Michigan  Student Safety Program

Not all heroes wear a cape and tights.  A real hero speaks up for what's right.  Be a real hero.  If you see or hear something that threatens student or school safety, submit a confidential tip to OK2SAY.

Submit a Tip

Anyone can report tips confidentially on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, or schools.

Tips can be submitted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

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Stop the Silence 

Listed below are the various methods to confidentially report tips. 

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If this is an emergency, dial 911

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How Can Schools Participate in OK2SAY?

OK2SAY is available statewide for public and nonpublic schools in Michigan. To help create awareness about this important student safety program, schools are encouraged to: 

  1. Register/update the school officials' emergency after-hours contact information twice yearly.
  2. Schedule a free student safety presentation for the school.
  3. Order free promotional materials from OK2SAY. These can be displayed in high-traffic areas, with counselors having access to contact cards if necessary.
  4. Place the OK2SAY logo on your school’s website to promote the program and state that your school is serious about school safety. 
  5. Download the free OK2SAY app from the Apple App Store or Google Play Store or save a shortcut to the website on school computers.
  6. Display OK2SAY contact details on student IDs, handbooks, and planners.
  7. Promote OK2SAY through both indoor and outdoor digital signage.
  8. Include information about OK2SAY in communication with parents.
  9. Complete an Outcome Report for every school tip received.

Important Materials for Schools and Students

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Register School Contacts

All schools, public and nonpublic, must biannually submit emergency contact information for at least one school official to the Department of State Police. This facilitates effective communication with school personnel through OK2SAY.

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Outcome Report

Public Act 401 of 2020 mandates the Michigan State Police to assess the OK2SAY program's effectiveness in addressing threats to students, school employees, or schools. School administrations please contribute to this analysis by completing the Outcome Report based on your experience.

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School Resources

The topics covered include Let's Learn, Ways to Get Help, Teacher/Counselor Resources, Digital Promotional Materials, and Suicide Prevention - Holding On To Life.

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Positive endorsements for OK2SAY from diverse education professionals, including administrators, directors, instructors, professors, counselors, behavior specialists, teachers, school resource officers, principals, and students.

OK2SAY Statistics

An OK2SAY “tip” is information provided through communication with OK2SAY technicians.
Generally, when a tip is submitted, it may involve multiple communications between the individual and the technician in order to gather enough information to forward to the appropriate responding party. These communications are counted as a single tip. 

Total Tips Submitted: 47,873  



> TIPS PER YEAR (Excel Spreadsheet)