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TIPS Report Incident

Bellevue Public Schools is dedicated to providing a safe and secure learning environment for all of our students. However, bullying has become a serious challenge across the Nation. 

We believe in partnering with our parents to combat these uncomfortable and unsafe situations, because these situations can arise anywhere – at school, after school, at home and even online – and can have lasting impacts on the learning environment and our community.  We must work together to take immediate actions and help our students. 

Bellevue Public Schools has implemented a web-based incident reporting tool called TIPS.  TIPS is a comprehensive platform for reporting, tracking and documenting incidents and concerns. TIPS empower students, parents, teachers and community members to be heard and to anonymously report warning signs and trouble. The goal of TIPS is prevention and to help identify red flags and warning signs before an incident occurs or escalates. 

If you or your child would like to report a concern, please visit the TIPS Incident Report button on the homepage of the BPS website or click here.

All reports are confidential and your name will only be shared if you provide your contact information.  As soon as a report is made, all of the appropriate school personnel will receive an instant notification, review the incident and take appropriate actions.

By working together, we can help prevent incidents from occurring and ensure the safety and security of our students.  With TIPS students and parents can report:

  • Bullying
  • Cyberbullying
  • Threats to Harm
  • Suicidal Threats
  • Discrimination
  • Harassment
  • Theft
  • Violence
  • Drug/Alcohol Abuse
  • Weapons
  • And much more 

This site is not meant to replace communication between parents and Bellevue Public Schools, but rather to help ensure that concerns are heard and received by the proper personnel who can provide an accurate and thorough follow-up. If you are more comfortable sharing your concern in person or over the phone, or if you or your child has an immediate concern, please call us at 402-293-4018.

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