Safe2Tell has Seen an Increase in Cyberbullying in Colorado
Kids might not have to face their bully in the classroom since the closure of in-person learning in school, but that doesn't mean they aren't still being bullied.
According to KDVR, Safe2Tell has seen a spike in reports of cyberbullying since the COVID-19 pandemic has closed down schools.
The top three categorized reports at Safe2Tell for April 2020 have been suicide threats, welfare checks, and cyberbullying. But in spite of the specific in crease in reports related to cyberbullying, compared to April 2019, Safe2Tell has seen a 67 percent decrease in general tip volume.
Safe2Tell operates 24/7, 365 days a year, and can assist with an issue before it turns into a major problem. Individuals can make reports at 1-877-542-7233, Safe2Tell.org, or on the mobile app.
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