Lightspeed Alert™

Lightspeed Tip Line

Improve safety and student support through community engagement

Every member of the school community plays a vital role in maintaining a safe and supportive environment. Offering an anonymous channel for students, teachers, staff, and parents to report concerns or threats to safety and well-being allows districts to prevent safety threats and identify students in need. 

According to an article published by NPR, schools in 23 states have established anonymous tip lines serving more than five million students in grades six through 12.

Step 1

School community member submits a tip via online form, voicemail, or email.

Step 2

The tip report is reviewed by an in-house Lightspeed Safety Specialist.

Step 3

Concerning tips are forwarded using the designated escalation process.

Desktop and phone Tip Line app screenshots. School Tip Lines.

Lightspeed Tip Line allows districts to:

  • License Lightspeed Alert with Human Review and implement Lightspeed Tip Line at no additional cost.
  • Receive concerns anonymously via online form, phone (voicemail), or email.
  • Entrust tip vetting to a team of highly trained Lightspeed Safety Specialists available 24/7/365.
  • Quickly respond to concerning tips using existing district escalation processes.
  • Pinpoint which school is reporting each tip based on unique URLs and QR codes.

A Pediatrics study revealed that over 18,000 tips were submitted between 2019 and 2023. 10% involved firearms and over 100 planned suicides. The submissions led to over 1,000 mental health interventions.

For more information about Lightspeed Tip Line, contact your client success or sales representative today.