TIP Line: 254-526-TIPS
Tips that result in an arrest or prevent/stop a dangerous situation
may result in a cash payment!*
What to report?
Examples of what to report include Abuse, Bullying, Drugs & Drug Paraphernalia, E-cigarettes, Gangs, Harassment, Teen Dating Violence, Theft, Threats, Self-harm, Sexual Misconduct, Vandalism, Violence (Threats of violence), Weapons.
How to report?
We have three options any can use to send us tips. All three options are available 24/7.
How Does It Work?
WE DO NOT record phone calls or have caller ID. NO ONE WILL KNOW YOU CALLED US. When you report, we will NEVER ask for your:
- Phone Number
- Or any other information that could identify you
Once you give us your tip, you will be given a CODE NUMBER. This is the only way we can identify you. We give you a date to call back & check the status of your case (using the code number). We cannot call you with the status because we don’t have your phone number.
When you call back with your code number, HELPED SOLVE A CRIME, or RESULTED IN DISCIPLINARY ACTION. If eligible for a cash reward, we will give you detailed instructions on how to retrieve your cash reward.
* Terms and conditions apply, not all tips will result in a cash reward. In addition, cash payments are subject to fund availability, and an approval process. Cash payment terms and conditions are subject to change without notice. For more information on the exact terms and condition contact BELLCOUNTYCRIMESTOPPERS.COM
KISD Safe School utilizes the P3 Campus mobile app
Available for Android and iOS
About the P3 App:
The P3 Campus app is a school safety technology that allows students, parents, and community members to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns to the strategic prevention model. Secure intel, ongoing two-way dialog, and image and video upload features sent to a live 24/7 answering point enable school administrators and law enforcement to receive the most accurate information in order to create effective interventions and prevent violence and tragedies. P3 Campus technology also allows for a real-time anonymous chat and push notifications between law enforcement, school officials, and the one making the report to promote collaboration, communication, and accountability.