Anonymous Alerts is one of the communications tools that the Toronto Catholic District School Board (TCDSB) uses to empower students to report bullying and safety issues in a quick and secure manner.
The Anonymous Alerts reporting system helps to promote safe, positive and accepting School climates by empowering students to anonymously report inappropriate behaviours to school staff.
The system allows for 1-way or 2-way anonymous encrypted communications between submitters (students, parents or community members) and Administrators and/or school staff. Users of the system have the option to remain anonymous or to reveal their identity when submitting a report.
Students, families and school personnel can submit a report through Anonymous Alert by web browser and mobile.
The Anonymous Alerts mobile app can be downloaded directly from the Apple and Google Play stores. TCDSB supplies students, parents and community members with a generic username and password activation code. Students select the relevant school name and contact group, and send their message.
To send a report from your phone:
Start the App and enter activation code/username: tcdsb (this is the same as your current login name to activate the app.)
Send important reports to school principal, vice-principal or other designated staff.
Add a screen shot, photo or video about the incident.
In an emergency, always call 911.
Please view the Anonymous Alerts Overview Video for help on how to report.
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