STOP!T, an anti-cyberbullying app that allows victims and witnesses of cyberbullying to anonymously report incidents directly to school officials and parents, has announced its expansion into Canada (official press release below)! With already 100+ schools signed on around the country, this mobile app allows students to anonymously report acts of cyber abuse with one simple click. The key technology behind the platform is DOCUMENTit, a cloud-based incident management system for school administrators.
The idea for STOP!T was born when Todd Schobel first heard the story of teen cyberbullying victim Amanda Todd on the news. An idea that began as a simple tool for teen empowerment shortly took on a life of its own.
STOP!T soon jumpstarted a cultural transformation in schools across the United States, providing Cybersafe Rallies, character education initiatives, and an online community for sharing inspiration and cyber-abuse experiences. Carol Todd, mother of Amanda, is now a member of STOP!T’s board of advisors.
To learn more about
how the STOP!T app can put an end to cyberbullying, please visit StopItCyberBully.com. The app is available for
both Android and iOS.