Students often know what’s happening in your district before you do. Our Vector Alert Tip Reporting System lets you stay connected, so you can prevent safety incidents before they occur. Your custom Alert system will keep you connected 24/7, 365. Staff are immediately notified of every tip and can easily track and manage incidents to resolution in our web-based system.
Students, staff, and parents can submit tips 24/7.
Easily route tips to the appropriate administrators.
Submit tips by mobile app, phone, text, email, or website.
Access data on tip submissions and trends.
Facilitate anonymous communication with tipsters.
Promote to your community.
Students, staff, and parents can confidentially report safety concerns, including bullying, mental health, sexual harassment, weapons, and threats of violence to your administration 24/7. Administrators can easily track and manage tips in one central location.
Students, staff, and parents can download and use the Vector Alert mobile application as part of your district’s subscription for fast and easy reporting 24/7
Administrators received a tip through their Vector Alert System that a student was brining a shotgun to school.
Bomb threat texted into district’s Vector Alert System. Administrators immediately notified.
Student makes threats on social media. Parents submit tips to administrators through district’s Vector Alert System.
The following programs in our K-12 Safety and Professional Growth Suite complement our Tip Reporting System and can help make your district an even safer, more effective place to work and learn. And, when you purchase more than one Vector Solutions program, you’re eligible for our discount program.
“The system’s ability to support the needs of our students in partnership with law enforcement, especially as it relates to the threats of suicide after hours, is invaluable.”
“We can now respond immediately! The Vector Alert System allows our administrators to respond immediately to bullying, and helps us provide a safe environment for our students.”