Michigan Attorney General Promotes OK 2 Say Safety Program in Traverse City
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette made a special visit to Traverse City West Middle School Monday.
He was among many others promoting the success of the OK 2 Say student safety program.
Schuette says the importance of OK 2 Say is to prevent violence before it starts.
The program was launched in 2014, and is a partnership with Michigan State Police, schools and parents.
It offers students a way to provide confidential tips and share information that could ultimately save lives.
“It’s all about relationships, don’t you think and where people can learn from each other and work with each other and the significance of OK 2 Say is a way to try to stop violence before it occurs,” Schuette said.
How to Submit an OK2SAY Tip
OK2SAY encourages confidential tips on criminal activities or potential harm directed at students, school employees, and schools. Tips can be submitted through the following ways:
Call: 8-555-OK2SAY, 855-565-2729
Text: 652729 (OK2SAY)