The Pasco County School Board passed a resolution last week supporting the Student Crime Watch Program and emphasizing the board’s encouragement to use available tools to help keep students and campuses safe.
The resolution notes that the Student Crime Watch Program gives students and the community the ability to make anonymous reports of “unsafe and potentially harmful, dangerous, violent or criminal activity or the threat of these activities to appropriate public safety agencies and school officials.”
Other avenues of reporting, according to the resolution, include FortifyFL, which is a mobile suspicious activity reporting tool, Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay and the CrisisGo (CrisisGo.com) safety application, which is a comprehensive emergency response, safety drill, communication and incident management system app that enhances response activities in the event of an emergency.
Published August 07, 2019
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