Lewiston School District Student Utilizing "See, Tell, Now!" For Bullying, Drugs and More
Marisa Lloyd

Lewiston School District Student Utilizing "See, Tell, Now!" For Bullying, Drugs and More

Lewiston Police Department

LEWISTON - The Lewiston Police Department School Resource Officers would like to highlight a program the Lewiston School District is using to help identify problems in our schools.

The Lewiston School District is using See, Tell, Now!, which is an online tool that provides a means for anyone to report suspicious activity anonymously, to ensure safety at school. Whether someone witnesses bullying, violence, drugs, or someone simply feels unsafe or knows of someone in an unsafe situation they can use the SeeTellNow.org website to report it. You can also report a tip by calling or using the app.

When you report a tip, include as much detail as possible. The more information we have the quicker we can respond.

If you have questions about the See, Tell, Now! tip line, reach out to your student's school.

You can download the app on your Apple or Google devices. Use the website www.seetellnow.org or call 888-593-2835.

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