'The “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” application released by Henderson County Public Schools is encouraging students to spy on each other and report suspicious activity within the app, Blue Ridge Now reported.
Henderson County students in the upcoming school year will be able to report their peers to administrators using their smartphones.
The app is available on both Android, IOS and has a web version which allows users to upload up to three pictures or screenshots of physical or social media threats, in a field for “Optional Supporting Evidence.”
Users of the app will be able to report a number of categories including threats, bullying, drugs, fighting, a personal crisis, vandalism, weapons and others, directly to school administrators who can immediately alert law enforcement if needed.
Reports on the app can be submitted anonymously or signed with a student’s name, include additional witness information, and names of people involved in the incident.
Meanwhile, this issue is far from minimal as the state is developing a similar reporting app for schools to use statewide, but that won’t be ready until 2019.
“Report It, Don’t Ignore It” was developed by the district’s Technology Department to “approach school safety proactively, and to improve two-way communication between students and administrators.”
This is conditioning to accept the nanny police state and expands on a wider trend that we have seen more recently over the years. That trend is the installation of surveillance cameras in schools. Even in school bathrooms as Activist Post reported last year.'
Read more: New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other
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