Fairfield Public Schools

This is not an emergency reporting system. If this is an urgent matter, please immediately dial 911.

Welcome to Fairfield Public Schools’ Incident Reporting, or TIPS, platform.  Students, staff, faculty and parents share the responsibility for a school climate, where all members are physically, socially, and intellectually safe. Information about bullying, misconduct, drugs, weapons, or other factors which may be harmful to the school climate should and in some cases MUST be reported to the appropriate staff members. This system is designed to help students, parents and community members anonymously or discretely report past, present and predicted incidents/crimes/offenses that may negatively impact our school community so that school administration and staff can take appropriate actions to maintain a safe and healthy climate for learning. 

This report is not intended to replace direct contact with school administration. We encourage you to contact the school or the district administrative office with issues or concerns you may have. Together, we can help stop school crises before they happen!

We can offer this reporting site anonymously.  However, we can't guarantee that we can follow-up with you with additional questions that may aid in our investigation unless we have your name and a way to contact you by either phone or e-mail. 

Once a report is submitted appropriate staff and faculty receive an email and can begin the process of investigating reports.  Please be advised that no disciplinary action can be taken solely on the basis of an anonymous report. 

The Fairfield Public Schools recognize that false accusations can be devastating to an individual and can have long-lasting effects on the entire school community. Any person who knowingly makes false accusations against another person will be appropriately disciplined.  Any unsubstantiated accusation, or accusations confirmed to be false will be removed from the falsely accused person's file.

To begin, please choose your location and incident type: