- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 24, 2014

DETROIT (AP) - Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has announced a new hotline and online student safety system called OK2SAY (oh-KAY to-SAY).

Schuette unveiled the program Wednesday at Detroit’s University Prep High School, accompanied by city police Chief James Craig and other school and law enforcement officials.

Schuette’s office says in a statement that the system “enables students to confidentially report potential harm or criminal activities aimed at students, teachers, staff or other school employees.” It’s an outgrowth of the Student Safety Act of 2013.

The system operates all the time and keeps reporting people’s identities confidential unless they voluntary identify themselves.

It’s reachable at the Internet site www.mi.gov/ok2say or by calling 1-8-555-OK2SAY.


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