Students, parents and faculty have access to SafeVoice, a tip system used to report threats to the safety or well-being of students. SafeVoice was established by the Nevada Department of Education in 2018 to protect student well-being, prevent violence, and save lives.

Students can use the SafeVoice tool to report concerns about their friends or themselves with the OPTION of remaining ANONYMOUS. In partnership with the Department of Public Safety, all tips will be received live by communications specialists 24/7/365. Tips are sent on to a team at your school and to law enforcement when necessary. 

Tips are Completely Confidential
SafeVoice follows up on every report to make certain appropriate steps have been taken to ensure the safety of students. By law, the report and reporter remain confidential.
833.216.SAFE (7233)

Click here to view examples of concerns that can be reported using SafeVoice. Also learn how to use SafeVoice and more on what parents can do to help.  Click here to watch a video on how to use the new app. 
SafeVoice Information