Attorney General Bill Schuette promotes “OK2Say” to reduce teen violence

EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – In effort to protect our Michigan youth, Attorney General Bill Schuette will be promoting a multi-media tip-line called OK2Say.

It’s a program that was launched one year ago and is designed to reduce violence in Michigan schools.

On Tuesday, Attorney General Schuette will highlight new statistics from the program at East Lansing High School.

During its first year, the OK2Say program received more than 1,400 tips with most relating to bullying and suicide.

On previous occasions, the Attorney General says the system was meant to discourage a culture of silence among students.

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