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COLLINSVILLE COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTRICT 10: REMAX Alliance Continues Funding for P3 Campus App

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By Press release submission | Sep 11, 2019

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Collinsville Community Unit School District 10 issued the following announcement on Sept. 6.

For the second year, RE/MAX Alliance Real Estate has generously provided funding to allow Collinsville High School to provide the P3 Campus anonymous reporting app for students.

P3 Campus is an anonymous tip reporting platform where students can report a wide range of concerns, from mental health issues to threats of violence and bullying.

In 2017, RE/MAX Alliance owners Rick and Tammy Owens offered to contribute the necessary funds to support implementation of P3 at CHS. They did not hesitate to continue their donation with a check for $2,400 for the 2019-20 school year.

“As soon as we learned abut this, we knew that our agents would step up and help contribute along with a significant company contribution,” says Rick Owens.

The P3 Campus is accessed via an app downloaded on a mobile device or through the P3Campus.com website. The CHS P3 Campus is monitored 24/7 by the school’s Student Resource Officer (SRO). The tips that come in are 100% anonymous.

The app allows users to communicate the the police department directly by sending photos, screenshots, videos, documents or audio recordings.

CHS SRO Mark Terveer said once a report is received, it is forwarded to the appropriate resource. Issues requiring intervention from law enforcement will be investigated, while tips requiring social/emotional support will be forwarded to school counselors and social workers who can offer assistance or referrals. Some tips will be forwarded to school administration for follow-up.

Students who have an urgent situation to report should contact local law enforcement directly or call 911.

“This was a great opportunity to give back to the communities we serve, to create a safer environment for our students and to create a safer and more attractive community for the residents of the area both in terms of retaining current homeowners and attracting new ones to the area,” said Owens.

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Source: Collinsville Community Unit School District 10

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