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Courage2Report provides avenue to report safety concerns


Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds school personnel, parents, and students the Courage2ReportMO program provides a safe and confidential way to report any concerns regarding their safety or the safety of others. 

These concerns may include assault, bullying/repeated harassment, cyberbullying, fighting, guns, homicide, human trafficking, knife, planned school attack, imminent school shooting, school shooting threat, sexual offense, suicide-other person (third party), or a terrorism threat (extremism). Those reporting their concerns may remain anonymous by not providing their name.

There are several ways concerned persons may submit a C2R report:

• Through an Apple or Google Play Courage2Report mobile app.
• By making an online report via https://www.Courage2ReportMO.com.
• By speaking confidentially to a trained professional at 866-748-7047.

Reports are sent to the appropriate school and/or law enforcement agency for investigation and follow-up. C2R Missouri requires a disposition report be returned on each tip report, notifying the MSHP of the outcome.

Schools are urged to verify their administrative contact information is up-to-date and available to C2R staff. This ensures the correct individuals are notified in the event a C2R report involves their school. Any schools that are not currently participating in the C2R program may request a C2R Missouri School Contact Form from the administrative office.

For more information, call the C2R Missouri Administrative Office at 866-362-6422.


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