Anonymous reporting and incident management system STOPit has landed on SA shores, and local licence holder Blankpage Publishing is rolling it out en masse.
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The STOPit system is now available for roll-out to South African schools.
With 7 000 schools and 3-million users across the US, Canada, Singapore, Japan and Australia showing a reduction in bullying and abuse, STOPit is set to make its mark in SA as well.
The system facilitates anonymous two-way communication, via an app, between a learner and an administrator at a school.
The administrator captures all the information into a web-based case management system called DOCUMENTit, where cases are tagged, shared, investigated and managed.
Powerful analytics are then used to get a clear picture of the issues and protocols can be put in place to further combat incidents of all types.
Interested schools should contact Warren Hickinbotham at [email protected] or on 087 095 3224.