How can the community help to keep schools safe?

Talk with your children about the importance of timely and specific reporting. If your child shares information with you that you believe requires school or police involvement, please ask the following questions:

* What happened?
* When did it happen?
* Where did it happen?
* Who else was involved?
* Were there any witnesses to the event?
* Do you have any text messages, social media posts, voice messages, etc.related to the event? If so, secure the messages or posts to share with the administrator or law enforcement officer conducting the investigation.

If you believe what your child shared with you was criminal in nature, please contact the police immediately.

If you believe what your child shared with you was not criminal in nature but because the incident occurred at school, on the way to or from school or has the potential to impact your child's educational program, please contact the building principal. Based on your report, police may still be called.

To reiterate, vigilance and prompt reporting is key to conducting an investigation.

Participate in Drug Take Back Events throughout Bucks County as well as using permanent drop boxes.

Of course, community members can always report an incident through the state's Safe2Say Something Program online using their site or call 844-723-2729.  There is more contact information available for you here

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