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School Security

Students, teachers and staff can now report threats in Oklahoma schools via text message. Through a partnership between the Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management and Homeland Security (ODEMHS) and its subsidiary, the Oklahoma School Security Institute (OSSI) and Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE), this state-of-the-art technology will enhance statewide school safety and security to an already existing telephone tip line.

Oklahoma School Security Institute


Your source for reporting a drill, documentation and training opportunities.

The text function works in conjunction with OSSI’s telephone tip line. Before the addition of text, reports could be called in (855-337-8300) or filed online ( Now, suspicious activity or concerns can be reported by texting “OKS Threat” to 226787. Texting a tip will allow for anonymous, two-way communication, images and video to be sent 24 hours a day. Any incident that could compromise the safety or security of any Oklahoma school or school-sanctioned event should be reported


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Mike Fike
Director, Threat Response Preparedness Division

Last Modified on Sep 19, 2023
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