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STOPit Incident Monitoring Service enables anonymous reporting

stopit_og_logoSTOPit schools are adding the STOPit Incident Monitoring Service (IMS) for extra protection and security for their schools and students. If a student reports something they witness at any time via the STOPit anonymous reporting application, a team of professionals takes immediate action. STOPit IMS has been designed for districts who prefer to have students’ reports monitored and issues escalated by the bilingual operators monitoring their accounts throughout the day and throughout the year.

“With STOPit, we have a program in place for students to report issues they see so that we can help. From bullying issues through school safety, we want to know so we can continue to provide a safe and civil environment that is necessary for students to learn and achieve high academic standards,” stated Cheryl Dyer, superintendent of Wall Township Public Schools in New Jersey. “And with STOPit IMS, if law enforcement needs to be involved, we know that the STOPit team will help make it happen 24 hours a day and seven days a week.”

STOPit has over 1,700 schools across the country on the platform and hundreds here in their home state of New Jersey. Districts are now adding STOPit IMS to ensure that student reports are reviewed and referred to the correct people, whether in the school or in an emergency service.

STOPit is the leading technology company providing a comprehensive software platform that mitigates, deters and controls bullying, including cyberbullying, harassment and other harmful or inappropriate conduct. The STOPit platform is available to schools, universities, businesses and governments both in the United States and around the world. STOPit includes a robust incident management system, empowering administrators and management to get in front of issues to mitigate risk and adhere to the ever-evolving compliance landscape. The STOPit mobile app is a simple, fast and powerful tool which empowers individuals to protect themselves and stand up for others online, on social media, in the classroom or in the office.

“We have been in business for years and over the past year, we have seen an increasing number of informative reports being sent in over the weekend and late at night,” stated Neil Hooper, CRO of STOPit. “We now see 11.6 percent of reports submitted between Friday evening through school starting Monday morning. No matter when something is reported, every time we are used to help just one child it is incredibly rewarding. With Wall Township’s investment in STOPit as well as additional safety programs, they are taking a leadership position for school safety across the Jersey Shore and we are proud to assist.”

STOPit IMS is available for schools across the country as a valuable addition to the nation’s most popular incident management system for education. To learn more about STOPit, please visit www.stopitsolutions.com.