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Press Release

OK2SAY Program

Release date: 12/18/2014

The Farmington Hills Police Department, Farmington Public Safety Department and Farmington Public Schools are excited to announce the launch of a new program, OK2SAY. This new program enables students to confidentially report potential harmful or criminal activities involving students or school employees.

OK2SAY’s focus is on early intervention and prevention, acting as an early warning system to thwart school tragedies before they occur. OK2SAY allows students (and others) the ability to submit tips 24/7 by telephone, text, email, mobile application, and via a web-based form on the OK2SAY web site, www.michigan.gov/ok2say.

Information submitted to OK2SAY is CONFIDENTIAL. Tips can be filed on a wide range of issues including:
planned school attacks, weapons at school, assault, bullying/cyber bullying, threats, gang activity, and more.

Call: 8-555-OK2SAY (855-565-2729)
Text: 652729 (OK2SAY) *
Email: OK2SAY@mi.gov
Mobile App: Available for free at Android - Google Play iTunes
Web: Online Tip Form - www.michigan.gov/ok2say

* All carriers permit you to text OK2SAY. But, only the following carriers allow attachments:
Alltel-Allied, AT&T, Cricket (Leap Wireless), MetroPCS (GSM), Sprint, T-Mobile, United States Cellular Corp, Verizon

Questions may be directed to:

  • Sgt. Bonnie Unruh, City of Farmington Hills, 248-871-2770,
  • Commander Ted Warthman, Farmington Public Safety Department, 248-474-4700,
  • Diane Bauman, APR, Director of School/Community Relations, Farmington Public Schools, 248-489-3349

 

 

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