SPOT (Students & Peers Observing Together)

One in four kids in the U.S. are bullied on a regular basis. Recent studies confirm that over 160,000 students in America have skipped school at some point in the school year because they did not feel safe. Between cyber bullying and bullying at school, the statistics prove there is a huge problem with bullying in the American. In response, school systems across the U.S. have begun taking proactive measures to recognizing bullying and improve efforts to make our schools a safe place for learning. Students and Peers Observing Together (SPOTTM) program is an online software tool used by schools to track bullying and similar incidents in order to intervene with the appropriate action.

  • Anonymous Reporting—Allows anyone to report bullying to the respective School Administrators on behalf of the Student being bullied.
  • Confidential Reporting—The Victim(s) and Offender(s) information is gathered and presented to assigned School Administrators for further action.
  • Detailed Recordkeeping—All reported incidents are reviewed and a specific determination is made. Each incident may be categorized and reported as Harassment, Intimidation and/or Bullying (HIB). The database keeps all records for review and can be used for creating reports and tracking incidents.
  • Mandatory Requirements—Additional investigation is mandatory by an administrator. A formal HIB report is prepared and shared with Parents and an action is taken to address the situation. HIB reports can be submitted to the State.

Schools must remain safe learning environments for all children. This state-of-the-art software helps deter and prevent bullying from taking place by allowing school administrators to intervene quickly when a bullying incident occurs. This software will also empower students by allowing them to confidentially report incidents. Administrators will be able to effectively conduct full investigations and document results easily when needed. School systems will be able to analyze trends and establish support programs backed up with vital data necessary to curb bullying and violence in schools.