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Maryland: Governor okays new app for students to report threats from other students

Oct 3, 2018, CBS Baltimore: Hogan Announce New App For Students To Report Threats Gov. Larry Hogan announced a new app for Maryland students to anonymously report threats, problems or concerning behavior to authorities. The idea is to make it easier for students who see something to say something. Students can download app to report threats/problems at schools anonymously or call 1-833-MD-B-SAFE. Announcement comes 6 months after shooting at Great Mills HS left 16-year-old dead Twitter Ads info and privacy The sheriff’s office says 17-year-old Austin Rollins pulled into the parking lot around 7:50 a.m. Two minutes later, the teen walked through the school’s main entrance. Five minutes after that, investigators say the suspect found Willey in a hallway, approached and shot her in the head.


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