Safe Schools Tip Line
Research clearly indicates that most acts of school violence can be prevented through the efforts of school community members who are willing to keep school administrators and local law enforcement informed about potential threats to our students and our schools. Parents, students and other community members are encouraged to immediately contact the school principal or the Wallingford Police Department whenever there is a concern that someone in our schools is at risk. These risks include but are not limited to the use of weapons or drugs or the intent to threaten, assault, injure, or bully others. For concerns that require immediate attention, please call 911.
To help facilitate this process, the district is implementing an online reporting tool. The Safe Schools Tip Line is available night and day and will provide users with the ability to report concerns directly to school principals. The Safe Schools Tip Line will be available on the Wallingford Public Schools website. Notifications left on the tip line will be accessed during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. Again, for concerns that require immediate attention, please call 911.
Calls and online reporting must be made in good faith and can be made without leaving a name or other identifying information. However, those making reports are encouraged to leave their contact information in the event that additional information is needed. When providing information, please be as detailed as possible including the name of the school(s) and or person(s) involved, type of activities alleged, and when they occurred or may occur.
Thank you for keeping Wallingford Public Schools safe.