Michigan State Police Releases Annual OK2SAY Program Report
Michigan State Police have released their annual report for their OK2SAY Program Friday.
OK2SAY allows students to submit confidential tips to prevent harm before it occurs.
In 2020, the program reported 896 suicide threats, 456 drug tips, and 436 various other tips that include harassment and depression.
But while OK2SAY a Michigan program, it has no borders and can even help people around the world.
“We get the information and we find out the student is from England, for example. Well we’ll involve Interpol and we’ll pass on that information,” said Mary Drew of the MSP Grants and Community Services Division. “So really, I always think of OK2SAY as a worldwide force of good.”
While the program is mostly for students, anyone can submit a tip.
If you would like to submit a confidential tip through OK2SAY, click here.
You can also submit tips by calling 8-555-OK2SAY (855-565-2729) or texting 652729 (OK2SAY).
Additionally, you can email OK2SAY at OK2SAY@mi.gov, visit their website by clicking here, or downloading the OK2SAY app in the IPhone App Store and Google Play for Android.