Welcome to Lincoln Public Schools Non-Emergency Safety Concern. ConnectLPS submissions through this button will most likely be handled by staff in our Student Services and Security Departments. Our goal is to provide and sustain a safe and secure learning environment for students and staff. LPS is a compassionate school district that approaches all issues with an emphasis on dignity and respect. It takes all of us working together to keep us safe.

To assist in creating the safest environment possible for all our students and staff, we are encouraging our staff, students and families to report any concerning behavior that raises suspicion or concern – in students, staff or community members – to a caring adult at your student’s school. Concerning behavior might include warning signs such as: stalking, hostile or negative behavior that elicits fear or discomfort – domestic violence – sighting of a weapon, rumor of a weapon – disturbed or unusual behavior – suicide threats – threatening or intimidating contact or communications.

ConnectLPS is one method for sharing information, but you can also call the LPS District Office (402-436-1000) or a school (directory available on lps.org) directly. This is about caring for one another.

Here are some resources available to you any time of the day or night, any day of the year: 

  • Child Abuse and Neglect Hotline (you can report anonymously) for situations where you believe there is abuse or neglect occurring: 800-652-1999.
  • National Suicide Prevention Helpline: 800-273-8255
  • CenterPointe Helpline: 402-475-6695
  • Boys Town resources: yourlifeyourvoice.org
  • Lincoln Police: 911 or 402-441-6000 (for non-emergency)
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