Director, Threat Response Preparedness Division
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.
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 (tipline.ok.gov). 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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