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Speak Out for a Safe School, Safe Scouting and a Safe Community: During scouting activities, if there is a concern within your scout troop please discuss it with your Scoutmaster or Assistant Scoutmasters as soon as it happens and allow them to take appropriate action before contacting the tip lines which are staffed by San Diego County Crime Stoppers. If you feel they are not adequately addressing the situation, then ask your parents or another adult scout leader what you should do and what they will do. If it is an urgent safety issue or an emergency then contact your adult leaders, and, if necessary, call 911. School (and Scouting) is a place where students learn, grow, and thrive. Students Speaking Out is committed to helping students make their schools a positive environment so that they can reach their goals. Students can make a difference Students play a critical role in school safety. Many times, students know more about what is happening on campus than teachers, administrators, or parents. Students Speaking Out provides students with a way to anonymously report crime and dangerous activities taking place in San Diego County schools. Students can contact Students Speaking Out by phone, text, or web tip. We will pass that information on to authorities directly. Supporting Our Schools We are proud of our schools and want to see local young people achieve their dreams. By using your voice to make your school and community safer, you can make a difference. Unfortunately, drugs, weapons, violence, and bullying are present at all schools. Speak out and make your school safer. Make an anonymous phone, text or web tip about dangerous activity or crime at school or in the community and be eligible for a reward of up to $1,000 To leave a tip: Call (888) 580-8477 Send an ANONYMOUS WEB TIP per http://studentsspeakingout.org/webtips.html Anonymously Send a Web Tip About Dangerous Activity Or Crime Do you have information about dangerous activity or a crime? Send a web tip anonymously and securely. You can get a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to a disciplinary action. In the case of emergency, please call 9-1-1 Tips submitted through this website are encrypted, entirely confidential, completely anonymous and are immediately processed by San Diego County Crime Stoppers. Please provide as much information as possible to ensure law enforcement can effectively investigate this case. Details like the names, locations, and a clear description of the crime will expedite the investigation. After submitting your tip, you will be provided with your own unique ID number that you will use when checking the status of your tip or picking up your reward. Please keep this unique ID number and log back in within the next 24-48 hours to check for follow up questions. To log in go to: www.tipsubmit.com Thanks for helping to make your school and community safer! You can get a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest. In the case of emergency, please call 9-1-1 Send an ANONYMOUS TEXT TIP per http://studentsspeakingout.org/text.html Send an Anonymous Text about Dangerous Activity Or Crime Send a text tip to Crime Stoppers follow these steps: 1. Text to 274637 2. Type "SDTips" at the beginning of your text message 3. Type your message including as much detail as possible including name, description, vehicle, and a clear explaination of the crime to ensure the tip can be effectively investigated 4. You will receive a text with a Crime Stoppers code-- keep this code, it will identify you when you pick up your reward. To find out about the status of your tip, call our tipline in about a month to find out if you are eligible for a reward with your code number. 5. Delete your message from your outbox You can get a reward of up to $1,000 for information leading to an arrest. In the case of emergency, please call 9-1-1