Officials in Michigan have announced plans to replace an underused school-violence hotline with a new one that will offer confidentiality protections, officials announced this week. The OK-2-SAY hotline, modeled after similar systems in Colorado and Missouri, will be operated by state police, but information will be sent to local authorities and school officials. State legislation to provide an identity shield to tipsters is expected to be introduced.

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