October is National Bullying Prevention Awareness Month


Reporting and tracking an incident internally

Although most incidents are reported by students and parents through your online web forms or the mobile apps, sometimes you’ll want to make an internal report.  A staff member may have witnessed an incident of bullying or an incident was reported over the phone, in-person or in writing and should be entered into BRIM.  Once the incident is in BRIM, all information will be kept organized and easily accessible for review at any time.  Here are the steps to report an incident internally through the admin interface:

  1. Login to the BRIM portal at https://admin.antibullyingsoftware.com/site/login
  2. Click “Report Incident”
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  4. Fill in necessary details into the form.  At a minimum a description of the incident is required.
  5. You can assign the ticket to a staff member and follow-up on the incident just like any other incident that is submitted by a student or parent.

What if the staff member reporting doesn’t have a BRIM account?

Most schools only add a few select staff members to BRIM.  Other staff members that don’t have BRIM accounts should be encouraged to report too – remember, bullying prevention and reporting is a community effort.  Any staff member can use the school’s public reporting form that’s linked from the school website.  They can make a report just like students and parents do.  They’ll select “I am School Personnel” under the field for “You are…” (relation to the incident).  That way in BRIM the incident will be tagged and tracked as having been reported by a staff member that either observed the incident or was told of the incident second hand.

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