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Safe Oregon Tip Line

Safe Oregon is a way for students, staff or other members of the public to anonymously report and share confidential information of a threat or a potential threat to student safety. 

Trained staff are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year via a phone call, text message mobile phone application or website. 

The main goal of Safe Oregon is to intervene at the earliest possible point in their life of a young person who is struggling, helping them when they need it, before the situation turns into a tragedy. It is a violation of ORS 165.5702 inappropriately use safe Oregon system.

Safe Oregon is designed to encourage Oregon students to share and respond to anything that threatens the safety or the safety of others, anything that makes a student feel unsafe or if a student knows someone who feels unsafe. 

Here are a few examples:

  • safety threats
  • violence
  • threats of violence
  • fights
  • drugs
  • alcohol
  • weapons
  • bullying
  • friends that talk about hurting themselves
  • harassment
  • intimidation
  • cyber bullying
  • self-harm

Safe Oregon became law through HB 4075, because of recommendations from the Oregon task force on school safety charged with improving safety and security at schools across the state. 

The task force was established to bring together representatives from police, fire, school administration, teachers, school boards, school districts, and mental health along with the governor’s education and public safety policy advisors, and legislators.

Tips can be submitted 24/7/365 in the following ways:

 through the SafeOregon website

 via e-mail to

through the SafeOregon mobile application (available for android or iOS device),

 by calling or texting  844-472-3367. 

Tips are promptly analyzed and routed for the most appropriate follow up and urgency to school officials and/or law enforcement.