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Report A Concern | Littleton Public Schools

Report A Concern

LPS knows that we are a safer community if we look out for one another. If you have a concern about a member of our community, or if you need help yourself, you can report to any of the organizations listed on the Report a Concern page:

  • LPS Safety and Security 303-347-3420 - a 24/7 number staffed by a live person who can help facilitate interactions with law enforcement or district mental health personnel.
  • Safe2Tell - a completely anonymous report that goes directly to law enforcement, LPS Safety and Security, building administrators, and district administrators.
  • Colorado Crisis Services - a 24/7 statewide hotline for anyone in crisis. Phones are answered by a licensed therapist.
  • 988 - a national suicide prevention hotline, available 24/7.


To report potentially violent situations, threats or other serious concerns, utilize the anonymous 24 hour Safe2Tell reporting system via phone call, text or online form. Safe2Tell reports are sent immediately to school officials and law enforcement. Please utilize this system only for very serious concerns. Check out the new Safe2Tell App for your mobile device.

In a life-threatening emergency, call 9-1-1. For other urgent mental health crisis situations, contact Colorado Crisis Services. Their phone hotline and walk-in centers are open 24 hours a day. 

Contact the Arapahoe County Department of Human Services at (303) 636-1750 or call the Colorado Statewide Child Abuse Hotline at 1-844-CO-4-KIDS.

988 has been designated as the new three-digit dialing code that will route callers to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline (now known as the 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline), and is now active across the United States.

When people call, text, or chat 988, they will be connected to trained counselors that are part of the existing Lifeline network. These trained counselors will listen, understand how their problems are affecting them, provide support, and connect them to resources if necessary.


Littleton Public Schools complies with Title IX and the implementing regulations.  Sexual harassment is recognized as a form of sex discrimination and thus a violation of the laws which prohibit sex discrimination. A learning environment that is free from sexual harassment shall be maintained. It shall be a violation of LPS Board Policy for any staff member to sexually harass students or for students to sexually harass other students.

If you believe an individual has been sexually harassed that rises to the level of discrimination in violation of Title IX, please contact the District Title IX Coordinator, Melissa Cooper, mrcooper[at][dot]us, or complete the Title IX Complaint Form and submit it to this same email address.(formulario de queja en español)

Employees that feel they have been sexually harassed should report allegations to Sheri Charles, Assistant Superintentent of Human Resources.

In accordance with LPS Board Policy AC, Nondiscrimination/Equal Opportunity, and its corresponding regulations, no discrimination on the basis of sex is permitted in the programs or activities LPS operates. If you believe an individual has been discriminated against based on their sex in violation of Title IX, you can file a formal complaint using the distirct Complaint Form. (formulario de queja en español)


LPS Title IX Training

LPS Title IX Process

Board Policy KE and Regulation KE-R Public Concerns and Complaints

The Board of Education relies on district staff to resolve concerns raised by the public and believes that complaints are best handled and resolved as close to their origin as possible. Therefore, whenever a complaint is made directly to the Board or an individual Board member, it shall be referred to the superintendent, who shall process the complaint in accordance with this policy's accompanying regulation.

Board Policy KE Public Concerns/Complaints
KE Inquietudes/Quejas del Público

Accompanying Regulation KE-R 
KE-R Inquietudes/Quejas del Público

If you wish to file a complaint with Littleton Public Schools and have taken steps 1 and 2 outlined in Board Policy Regulation KE-R "Public Concerns/Complaints" without resolution, you shall submit a formal complaint by submitting this form within 10 working days of discussing the complaint pursuant to Step 2.

Formal complaint form
Formulario de queja formal