Incident Reporter

Bullying shatters self-esteem, harms students physically and emotionally, and interferes with education - and it's not a problem that simply goes away on its own.

Identify, Track and Eliminate Bullying.

Fortunately, educators, administrators, parents and students now have the power to fight back against bullying with Incident Reporter, a new way to identify, track, prevent, and make plans to eliminate bullying.Incident Reporter is a web-based system that creates a central point for reporting and tracking incidents online, from any Internet connection or web-enabled mobile device. Accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week, Incident Reportergives victims a voice, and gives schools the power to respond quickly, log incidents, and determine appropriate actions to prevent future problems.

Enforce School Policies. Ensure Legal Compliance.

Incident Reporter logs and tracks each reported incident, creating a permanent record - incidents are never deleted from the system. In addition, it includes built-in "legal wizards" created in partnership with Underwood Law firm, which ensure compliance with Texas state law and standard district policies. Built-in E-mail notifications let administrators know immediately when incidents are logged, and keep them informed by reporting follow-up actions, such as notifying parents, investigating the incident, and changing student schedules.

Analyze data, and create customized reports on the fly.

Built-in analytics make it easy to break down incidents by gender, ethnicity, special education status, and other required data points, and create separate reports - including Civil Rights Data Collection (CRDC) Reports. Repeat offenders, victims, and bullying "hot spots" can be easily identified, and related incidents can be linked. Access to this important data can help to reveal ongoing problems that may require more serious action.

Make schools - and society - safer.

Bullying is a significant problem in our schools today, and it can often have long-term consequences. According to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, as many as half of all children are bullied at some time during their school years, and at least 10% are bullied on a regular basis. Students who are bullied are more likely to skip school or drop out, and have lower grades - and they're at a higher risk for depression, anxiety, and suicidal tendencies, which may persist into adulthood. Tragically, these students are also more likely to retaliate through violent measures. In 12out of 15 school shooting cases in the 1990s, shooters had a history of being bullied.

Take a stand against school bullying today.

It's time to take action against bullying. In most cases, when incidents are reported, the bullying stops, because the bully is faced with real repercussions for his or her actions. And the more educators, administrators, parents and students show support for an anti-bullying policy, the safer our schools can become. Incident Reporterencourages students and others to report incidents through the school's Incident Reporterwebsite. We can also conduct on-site training as needed to provide information about the program, and ensure all staff members understand how to use it.

Together, we can win the fight against bullying in schools. Request your free, No-Risk Preview Demotoday.