A school safety hotline will be up-and-running in 2014. Governor Snyder signed the "OK-2-SAY" safety hotline legislation last Friday but made the official announcement yesterday at a press conference.
According to Mlive.com, Attorney General Bill Schuette's Office, will be operating the hotline which allows people to anonymously call, text, or e-mail about potential safety threats. Reports will be referred through the Michigan State Police to local law enforcement agencies and schools. Schuette's office is beginning the set-up and the requesting of bids to provide necessary equipment for the $4.5-million project.