Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Michigan State Police have released the latest OK2SAY Annual Report. The report details use of the state’s tip line for students to report troubling situations in their schools. The attorney general says the student safety program received more than 5,700 tips in the last year with the two most reported incidents being suicide threats and bullying. The tips fell into 31 categories that also included drugs, depression, and self-harm. Michigan State Police Director Colonel Joel Gasper says students should know that even though they are not physically meeting in school buildings right now due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OK2SAY technicians remain at work and stand ready to support students 24/7 in any way they can. You can reach the OK2SAY service by sending a text to OK2SAY, calling 8-555-OK2SAY, or going to Michigan.gov/ok2say.