Suicide reports eclipse attacks called into tip lines

Suicide reports eclipse attacks called into tip lines
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School districts across the country have launched tip lines to allow students to anonymously report information about potential school attacks via phone, websites and apps, but some districts are receiving more tips about possible teen suicides. In Oregon, a state police-run school safety tip line has received 540 reports of a student who is suicidal since it started in 2017 -- compared with just 278 reports of a potential school attack.

 Full Story: NBC News

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