Anonymous Tip Prevents School Shooting at Granite Bay High School

Last week on Tuesday, May 31st, a Granite Bay High School “tipster” submitted an anonymous tip that made local headlines. A student at the high school who was suspected of planning a school shooting was stopped before any real threat or damage was able to take place. By anonymously submitting a tip, law enforcement was provided enough information to make an arrest. 

The ‘See Something, Say Something’ philosophy is so important. As a nation, as we continue making strides in our school safety efforts, we encourage anyone and everyone to use their voice whenever danger is imminent. What makes this an easier action to take? It’s all anonymous. Your privacy is still taken into account when you submit any tip. Students, teachers, staff members and even local community members can submit tips and help be a part of the solution.

For students, we hope that by providing a variety of reporting options, including call, text, QR code, or a hyperlink on their school websites, they feel comfortable submitting a report. We get it; retaliation is unsettling. WeTip makes it that much easier for students to lean into this retaliation-free anonymous reporting solution. 

Your anonymous tips matter.


Read more about these news reports here: 

The Sacramento Bee

ABC 10


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WeTip Helps Prevent School Shooting in the Santa Clarita Valley!

WeTip received an anonymous tip that prevented a school shooting at one of the schools in the Santa Clarita Valley (SCV). If you see or suspect a crime remember and anonymous tip hotline: 1-800-78-CRIME

Know About School Tragedies Before They Occur

Students often know about tragedies before they occur. We know that targeted school shootings rarely happen without some sort of warning sign. The U.S. Secret Service conducted the Safe School Initiative, a study of school shootings and other school-based attacks finding that usually “at least one other person had some type of knowledge of the attacker’s plan. Most of those individuals who had prior knowledge were peers of the perpetrators. This suggests that peers often know about potential threats to their safety and risky behaviors of their friends and classmates, and often fail to alert authorities about their suspicions, preventing violence before it occurs

Help Put A Stop To Crime. And Be 100% ANONYMOUS When Reporting Any Crime. Call 1-800-78-Crime Now! WeTip Has Live Bilingual Operators 24/7. No Machines, No Taping, No Tracing. NO ONE KNOWS WHO CALLED! or Click Here to Submit a Tip Online Now!