Safe2Help Nebraska Releases New Videos Highlighting How and When to Report Concerns

The Nebraska Department of Education, Nebraska Council of School Administrators, Boys Town, and the University of Nebraska Public Policy Center recently partnered to develop a series of live-action and animated videos to educate schools, students, and parents about the Safe2Help Nebraska reporting system. 

Safe2Help Nebraska is a reporting system designed for students, staff, and parents to anonymously report concerning behavior which could impact the safety of students or schools across Nebraska. Concerning behaviors to report include, but are not limited to the following: 

  • School threats 
  • Bullying 
  • Suicide concern 
  • Crime  
  • Domestic violence 
  • Abuse 
  • Substance Use
  • A friend’s physical or mental health  

Get a link to download the app for Safe2Help Nebraska at

Any Nebraska school district (public or nonpublic) that does not currently have an anonymous reporting system operated and responded to 24/7/365, or any district wishing to augment their existing reporting systems with an anonymous reporting option can use the Safe2Help Nebraska reporting system at no cost.

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