When you expose a bully, you eliminate his/her power to harm you and others.
Bullies can only be successful when they remain unreported or when they believe that no one will stop them.
Now you can anonymously text or submit your information right here on this website.
The State of New Jersey has recently passed new laws targeting harassment, intimidation and bullying. It’s important to understand that even if you’re not the victim, but you know of harassment, intimidation or bullying occurring, you still can report it. Don’t be a by-stander and let others be harmed by bullying. According to the new state law if you are bullied or know of any bullying you should inform a teacher or your principal. However, if you are concerned about your personal safety, you can also text or submit your information right here on this website anonymously. No one will know you reported the incident and help will be on the way.
Crimestoppers will inform school administrators about your report (without ever knowing your name or any information about you). If a criminal act has occurred, such as physical violence, Crimestoppers will forward your tip to the proper law enforcement agency for investigation and possible criminal charges. You are not in this alone – your local school district and Crimestoppers are here to help.
Crimestoppers strength has always been in its ability to protect the identity of informants. In the over 25 years that Morris County Sheriff’s Crimestoppers has existed, not one person’s identity has ever been compromised, not even when we’ve been subpoenaed by the courts.
Bullying is wrong and should not be tolerated. Destroy a coward’s power and protect your friends and classmates. You could help someone who might not be able to help themselves.