Child Abuse Prevention

Safe Schools
Report Sexual Misconduct

Immediately Report Child Abuse

or call local law enforcement

Any time you suspect abuse, call. Don’t have many details? Don’t know if it’s abuse?

Call. Call right now.

As a mandatory reporter, by law, you must make a report right away. For mandatory reporting rules see ORS 419B.005 to 0025
or the DHS website

Report a tip

Feel Safe. Be Safe.

SafeOregon: Report a tip
We are committed to promoting safe and appropriate interactions between adults (employees, contractors, and volunteers) and students through ongoing training, support, and background checks.

Child Abuse Prevention Resources

Adult/Student Interactions

Volunteers and Contractors

Internet Safety

Common Sense Media – is a great resource for internet safety and reviews of popular movies, apps, video games, books and more. Check out the 5 Internet Safety Tips for Kids from Common Sense Media in English | Spanish.


Internet Activity Reports – Using the GoGuardian Parent app for iOS and Android devices, parents and guardians are able to monitor and control their students’ internet usage on their school district-issued devices.


iRespect&Protect – Respect&Protect helps children, youth, and adults recognize their self-worth and the influence of device use on their lives.


Keeping Kids Safe Online – a Scholastic article that has been useful for parents and guardians.


NetSmartz – Online Safety – resources to help parents with kids and modern technology; program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Resources for Parents, Educators & Communities in English | Spanish.

Community and National Resources

District Policies and Resources

Training Opportunities

Immediately Report Child Abuse

1-855-503-SAFE (7233)
or local law enforcement

www.oregon.gov/dhs

Any time you suspect abuse, call.
Don’t have many details?
Don’t know if it’s abuse?
Call. Call right now.

As a mandatory reporter, by law, you must make a report right away. For mandatory reporting rules see ORS 419B.005 to 0025 or the DHS website: www.oregon.gov/dhs

Information you will be asked for the report

  • Name, date of birth, race and gender for every adult and child involved.
  • Relationship of the alleged perpetrator to the child. When the next contact may be.
  • Contact info for those involved.
  • Description of the suspected abuse. Include any physical, mental or sexual injuries. Tell when and where.
  • Description of the child’s disability or special needs, if any.
  • Cultural or language considerations, ethnicity and American Indian or Alaska Native heritage.

Download the Child Abuse Reporting Card (PDF)

Central Hotline Card

Title IX/Nondiscrimination Policy

Salem-Keizer Public Schools recognizes the diversity and worth of all individuals and groups.

It is the policy of Salem-Keizer Public Schools that there will be no discrimination or harassment of individuals or groups based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, national origin, marital status, age, veterans’ status, genetic information or disability in any educational programs, activities or employment.

District meeting locations are accessible to persons with disabilities. A request for an interpreter for the hearing impaired, or for other accommodations for persons with disabilities, should be made at least 48 hours in advance of the meeting.

Complaints and inquires can be made directly to a school administrator or to the District office staff below.

Title IX Coordinator

John Beight, Executive Director
Human Resources
2450 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97305
503-399-3061
beight_john@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Assistant Title IX Coordinator

Debbie Joa, Prevention and Protection Coordinator
Human Resources
2450 Lancaster Drive NE, Salem, OR 97305
503-399-3061
joa_debbie@salkeiz.k12.or.us

Contact Protection and Prevention Department