Secure Database & Alert System Allow School Administrators To :
Receive instant notifications
Manage reports in a secure online database
Share information quickly
Review open/closed reports
Track annual statistics
Password protection
Regularly monitored for security
Access from any internet connected device
How Does it work
Step 1 : School and district anti-bullying staff and administrators log in to the password-protected on line database. They select their district and school if applicable. Users can access the database from any web enabled computer, tablet computer, or smartphone.
Step 2 : The user enters the Dashboard
The dashboard is a user interface that allows users to create and manipulate information from a database.
Step 3 : The user selects from several options, including :
Create an incident report
Review Existing Incident Reports that have been previously submitted through the web and mobile apps (link to bullying reporting)
Run Aggregate Reports
Create An Incident Report
A user can choose to enter a bullying report using one of the customizable forms. A report number is automatically assigned to the case. They guide the user through a series of modules that ask for sets of information that can be entered manually or selected form a drop down menu. The user can enter information as the investigation proceeds and save and come back to the report as many times as needed. When the investigation is complete, the user can mark the report as "closed".

Users can leave notes for other users on the reports. For example, a principal can leave a note for a school anti-bullying specialist which he/she would see the next time she opens that report.
Review Existing Reports
Users can log in and review incidents in the database by selecting "Review Existing Incident Reports" from the Dashboard. Users are given permissions to access either incidents that occure in the entire district (i.e. anti-bullying coordinator, chief school administrator) or just in their individual schools (i.e. principal, anti-bullying specialist).

A list of all reports is listed. The user can select which report to review in detail by selecting "view". The user can navigate the customizable form to see what information is missing and add or edit the report as needed.
The user can view and print the complete report (see image below).
Run Aggregate Reports
Users can run aggregate reports to track trends over time. Simply select your school or district, dates, and categories.
This feature can be used to quickly generate reports for Board of Education, Department of Education, and PTA presentations.
New Jersey Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights :
Public Reporting
Two times each school year, between September 1 and January 1 and between January 1 and June 30, at a public hearing, the superintendent of schools shall report to the board of education all acts of violence, vandalism, and harassment, intimidation, or bullying which occurred during the previous reporting period. The report shall include the number of reports of harassment, intimidation, or bullying, the status of all investigations, the nature of the bullying based on one of the protected categories identified in section 2 of P.L.2002, c.83 (C.18A:37-14), the names of the investigators, the type and nature of any discipline imposed on any student engaged in harassment, intimidation, or bullying, and any other measures imposed, training conducted, or programs implemented, to reduce harassment, intimidation, or bullying. The information shall also be reported once during each reporting period to the Department of Education. The report must include data broken down by the enumerated categories as listed in section 2 of P.L.2002, c.83 (C.18A:37-14), and data broken down by each school in the district, in addition to district-wide data. It shall be a violation to improperly release any confidential information not authorized by federal or State law for public release.
- C.18A:17-46
Annual report to Legislature.
The Commissioner of Education shall each year submit a report to the Education Committees of the Senate and General Assembly detailing the extent of violence, vandalism, and harassment, intimidation, or bullying in the public schools and making recommendations to alleviate the problem. The report shall be made available annually to the public no later than October 1, and shall be posted on the department's website.
- C.18A:17-48