The Safe2Tell Program empowers students, teachers, parents and others to anonymously report any issues that could be potentially threatening or concerning to anyone in the community.

In Colorado alone, Safe2Tell has already helped prevent many incidents of bullying, assault and drug use, as well as led to the confiscation of a gun and the arrest of someone planning to attack a school.

To make an anonymous report, call 1-877-542-7233 from anywhere, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Reports may also be made by completing the anonymous online tip form or by downloading and reporting through the Safe2Tell Colorado mobile app. Remember, Safe2Tell is completely anonymous—No one will ask for your name or number and there is no caller ID, call recording or call forwarding.
In addition to Safe2Tell, Poudre School District has many tools for ensuring safe schools, including a crisis management plan, site assessment, school-community partnerships, research-based violence prevention curricula, and training for staff and students. The Timnath Town Council also recently voted to partner with PSD to provide a school resource officer program, which aims to create a safe learning environment and reduce school violence by having specially trained officers assigned to schools.

If you have any questions or comments about school safety in Timnath, don’t hesitate to contact us.