STOPit - Anonymous Reporting
We are pleased to announce that our district and schools are now using STOPit, an online anonymous reporting system that is designed to deter bullying, discrimination and other inappropriate or unsafe behaviors.
Students and families can use STOPit to:
- make anonymous reports through the STOPit mobile app, website or via phone with the 24/7 Incident Response Center
- submit photo or video evidence (App/Web Only)
- alert school administrators to issues early, before they escalate
- connect immediately via text with certified mental health counselors through the Crisis Text Line located in the app
Students and family members have the power to help put an end to harmful and inappropriate behavior they see online through social media and other means. Students can use STOPit to reach out for help if they or a peer are facing a personal crisis or experiencing bullying, abuse, or are in need of mental health support. STOPit can be used to report bullying, cyberbullying, discrimination, harassment, violence, threats, weapons, alcohol or drug related issues, mental health struggles like suicidal ideations, or any other concerns.
How does STOPit work?
How to Report Your Concern
- Mobile App:
- Download the app from the App Store or Google Play, search Garden Grove Unified and select your school.
- Call the 24/7 Incident Response Center to submit a report at 1-916-562-3130
STOPit is anonymous
STOPit Training Video - Students Grades 3-6
STOPit Training Video - Students Grades 7-12
Frequently Asked Questions
STOPit is truly anonymous. The school has no ability to identify the submitter of a report or message. At their discretion, an end user may choose to voluntarily provide identifying information in the content of their report or message.
Once the STOPit mobile app is downloaded to the student's phone, it provides them with several powerful features. The Report feature can be used to anonymously submit an incident report consisting of an image, video, and/or text to school contacts who can respond to the incident and get help to the student in need. The STOPit mobile app also allows for anonymous two-way communication between students and school administrators with STOPit Messenger.
To learn more about our commitment to keeping data provided by students safe, learn more about the Student Privacy Pledge, to which STOPit is a signatory.
The STOPit app (and its browser-based version) may be used by children under the age of 13. GGUSD urges parents to contact the school's administration to learn more about how the school uses STOPit and the data we provide them.
Reports and Messenger messages will be received by the contacts designated by the school and district administrators.
Yes, parents, teachers and community members can make an anonymous report via the STOPit app or through the web reporting link.