Ky. police unveil texting program to stop school bullying
Students can anonymously text police about violence, drugs, and other issues
By Heather Tomlinson
Somerset, Ky. — Local police are reining in texting technology in their newest efforts to prevent violence in schools.
Somerset Police Department’s new “See-Hear-Report” program officially goes into effect Monday, Jan. 21, and it’s set up to allow officers to receive important information — but with complete anonymity on the part of the texter.
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