New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority Adopts STOPit Solutions Anonymous Reporting System
NMPSIA member schools will have access to STOPit’s anonymous reporting, incident management, and real-time communication features.
STOPit Solutions, a provider of anonymous reporting and safety solutions, announced its partnership with the New Mexico Public Schools Insurance Authority (NMPSIA) to improve anonymous reporting capabilities and promote safer learning environments across New Mexico schools.
The collaboration between STOPit Solutions and NMPSIA, which provides risk management and insurance programs to its member schools, aims to empower students, staff, and community members to report concerns, incidents, and potential threats anonymously and securely. Through the STOPit Anonymous Reporting App, individuals can easily and discreetly submit tips, providing valuable information that can help prevent incidents and maintain a safe school climate, the company says.
“We are thrilled to collaborate with NMPSIA to support the implementation of anonymous reporting solutions in New Mexico schools,” said Parkhill Mays, CEO at STOPit Solutions. “By enabling anonymous reporting, we can help create a safer and more secure learning environment for students and educators. Our partnership with NMPSIA reflects our shared commitment to prioritizing the safety and well-being of the New Mexico school community.”
STOPit’s reporting platform enables anonymous reporting of various issues, including bullying, harassment, safety threats, and more. The platform allows school administrators to manage and investigate reports, ensuring appropriate actions are taken to address each situation.
“We are excited to partner with STOPit Solutions to enhance our member schools’ safety initiatives,” said Patrick Sandoval, Executive Director at NMPSIA. “The STOPit platform aligns perfectly with our commitment to providing comprehensive risk management resources to our schools. By implementing anonymous reporting capabilities, we are empowering our students, staff, and community members to be active participants in maintaining a safe learning environment.”
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