ERASE is all about building safe and caring school communities. This includes empowering students, parents, educators and the community partners who support them to get help with challenges, report concerns to schools, and learn about complex issues facing students.
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What is the erase | Report It tool and how does it work?
The ERASE Report It tool is an online, anonymous reporting tool where students can report anything they find worrisome or concerning directly to their school/school district’s safe school coordinators. The reporting tool can be accessed at erase.gov.bc.ca or directly at erasereportit.gov.bc.ca. Using the tool is easy and can be done from a mobile device, computer or tablet.
When a student submits a report, they will be guided through a set of questions where they will share the information they have about the worrisome behaviour or incident. Examples of behaviours or incidents to report include:
- Social Media
- Inappropriate Sexual Behaviour
- Concerns about Adults
- Concerns about a school
- Drugs or Alcohol
- Weapons or Gang Activity
- Violence or Fighting
- Mental Health Concern
- Vandalism or Property Damage
- School Attack/Shooting
- Or anything else that is worrisome or concerning
The tool is designed to be completely anonymous. The erase Report It tool is an easy way to send a message to your school or school district’s safe school coordinator, who will follow-up on the situation right away. They will also follow-up with you privately, if you provide your name.
Reports are reviewed on regular school days. If your school is closed for a break and you or someone you know needs help right away, please call 911 (or your local police authority if you do not have 911).