If you see something, say something.
Keeping our students and staff safe takes all of us working together. Lewisville ISD provides ways for students to safely and anonymously report illegal activities that take place on school property.
The LISD community now has access to STOPit, an anonymous reporting system that allows individuals to submit concerns at any time, from anywhere. For the remainder of the 2022-23 school year, STOPit will operate concurrently with all campus cell phone tip lines. The cell phone tip lines will be discontinued at the start of the 2023-24 school year.
When a student submits a tip, representatives from both their campus and from the LISD Safety & Security department will be alerted through the STOPit system. Though this is anonymous, personnel can interact directly with the student to learn more about a given situation in real time.
STOPit also includes an Incident Response Center with certified specialists who monitor tips 24/7, 365 days of the year. In the case of a life-threatening situation, these individuals will alert LISD officials and/or 911 as needed.
As always, anyone may report an issue to a campus and/or school district employee.
With your help, we can keep our students, staff, and community safe.
To download the app, visit the Apple or Google Play app stores.
The tip line is a fast way to anonymously report a crime, suspicious activity and safety concerns. It is monitored and checked several times throughout the school day. Anyone who witnesses suspicious behavior or has information that would benefit an investigation is encouraged to call/text 972-261-3531.