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CONTACT:
Joy Yearout
yearoutj@michigan.gov
517-373-8060
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
September 23, 2014
-Media Advisory-

Schuette Joins Law Enforcement,
Education Leaders to Announce
Statewide OK2SAY Student Safety
Initiative at Detroit University Prep,
West Bloomfield Schools

A.G. Schuette rolls out a confidential student safety reporting system to
reduce violence in Michigan schools by allowing students and educators
to report tips using a 24-hour hotline, text message, email or website.




MORNING DETROIT EVENT

WHO: Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette
Detroit Chief of Police James Craig
Deputy Mayor Isaiah Ike McKinnon, City of Detroit
Mark Ornstein, CEO of University Prep Schools
Lieutenant Mike Shaw, Michigan State Police
Sandra York, Executive Director of Michigan PTA
Keenan West, anti-bullying speaker and recording
artist

WHAT: AG Schuette launches OK2SAY Student Safety
Initiative

WHEN: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
9 9:30 AM Press conference at UPHS
10 11 AM OK2SAY student presentation at
UPHS

WHERE: University Prep High School
2664 Franklin, Detroit, MI 48207
Press conference will be held in cafeteria on
2
nd
floor. Program presentation will be held in UP
auditorium.

AFTERNOON OAKLAND COUNTY EVENT

WHO: Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette
Dr. Gerald Hill, WBHS Superintendent
WBT Police Chief Mike Patton
Inspector Matt Bolger, Michigan State Police
Lisa Graff, President - W. Bloomfield Education
Association Bob Stevenson, Executive Director,
Michigan Chiefs of Police Captain Clay Jansson,
Oakland County Sheriffs Department

WHAT: AG Schuette launches OK2SAY Student Safety
Initiative



WHEN: Wednesday, September 24, 2014
1:10 2 PM OK2SAY student presentation at
WBHS

2:30 3 PM Press conference at WBHS

WHERE: West Bloomfield High School
4925 Orchard Lake Rd, West Bloomfield Township,
48323

Program presentation will take place in WBHS
media center.

Press conference will be held in WBHS classroom.

BACKGROUND: Learn more about OK2SAY
http://1.usa.gov/1AqH8ts

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