Since 1998, NCMEC has operated the CyberTipline, a place where the public and electronic service providers can report suspected online and offline child sexual exploitation. The millions of reports made each year uniquely situate NCMEC to identify trends and create prevention resources to address the evolving needs of kids and teens online.
The objective of the PCSO “is to improve the quality of life through a community partnership which promotes safe, secure neighborhoods in urban and rural environments. This partnership will focus on identifying and solving problems through community policing and problem-solving programs.”
The StayALERT School Safety Program is a 24/7 bilingual reporting program designed to help provide a safer school environment. Report bullying, vandalism, drugs & alcohol, unsafe or violent behavior, harassment, weapons, teacher/student conflict, or other safety concerns.
Student Crime Stoppers of Amarillo was started in 1991 as an independent Campus Crime Stopper program. It is run by a volunteer board of made up of students from local High Schools. It covers Amarillo ISD, Canyon ISD, Highland Park ISD, River Road ISD, and Bushland ISD. You can report anonymously to Student Crime Stoppers about crimes occurring on your campus. Call 806-372-TIPS (8477) or use the free P3 Tips app. If you anonymous tip leads to an arrest or the recovery of stolen property you could earn a reward of up to $1,000.