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Student Tip Line

WHAT IS "STUDENTS SPEAKING OUT"?

The safety of our students and staff is always our highest priority at OUSD as we create environments conducive to learning. All OUSD schools have access to the Students Speaking Out program, which provides students with an avenue to anonymously report crime or safety concerns that impact their school campuses. It's available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. When a tip is made, the appropriate school official is notified and can respond accordingly. 

Peer pressure and fear of retaliation can inhibit students from coming to teachers or school administrators with information about criminal activity on campus. The anonymous nature of the Students Speaking Out tip line provides students a place to turn to if they are reluctant to come to school officials.

Commonly Asked Questions

Mandated Reporting


School Personnel must report suspected abuse in any of the following categories to Child Protective Services or Law enforcement using form and phone number (858) 560-2190 of the below acts involving anyone under the age of 18:  

  • A physical injury inflicted on a child by another person other than by accidental means.

  • The sexual abuse, assault, or exploitation of a child.

  • The negligent treatment or maltreatment of a child by a person responsible for the child’s welfare under circumstances indicating harm or threatened harm to the child’s health or welfare.

  • The willful harming or endangerment of the person or health of a child, any cruel or inhumane corporal punishment or any injury resulting in a traumatic condition.

SUBMIT A REPORT

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Fill an Incident Report Anonymously

Email Students Speaking Out

Call 888.580.8477

Download the P3 app to have access on your phone at all times: download for Androiddownload for iPhone