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Hey U.G.L.Y.'s Bullying Bystanders Unite Pledge

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READ THE PLEDGE THEN FILL IN THE REQUIRED FIELDS BELOW TO SHOW OUR BULLIED TEEN THAT HIS SUFFERING WAS NOT IN VAIN.
PLEDGE: I pledge to help any youth who is being bullied by following the Bullying Bystanders safety rules (shown below). I further pledge to encourage my friends to take this pledge and help them understand that IF SNITCHING COULD SAVE A LIFE THEN WE SHOULD SNITCH because reporting a bullying situation is taking a stand against bullying. If it were me being bullied I'd want bystanders to report what they saw because authorities' hands are tied without witnesses. I further pledge to not bully others and not bully myself with negative self-messages.
Now that you've taken the pledge send this page to all of your friends so they can take the pledge and learn how to safely come to the aid of someone being bullied. You could be saving lives!


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BULLYING BYSTANDERS SAFETY RULES
 

 

PHYSICAL BULLYING SAFETY RULES


Rule #1: 
If you see ONE bully physically hurting someone and you are alone go to a safe place and call 911 then find an adult and ask them to help out.

Rule #2: 
If you see ONE bully physically hurting someone and you are with at least four friends have one immediately call 911. Have another quickly find an adult while the remaining two go to a safe place where they can witness the bullying but not be seen by the bully. If possible, use your cell phone to record the incident. Give the video footage to a trusted adult. DO NOT POST IT ON THE INTERNET.

If you see someone being physically bullied at school, you should tell your teacher, counselor, or another adult.


VERBAL/EMOTIONAL BULLYING SAFETY RULES

 

Rule #1:  If  you are alone, walk over to the person being bullied and tell them you need their help to do

something. Then take them away from the bully as calmly, but quickly as you can. Take them to a trusted adult and

report what you saw.

 

Rule #2:  If you are in a group, form a circle around the person being bullied and tell them you want to hang out

with them. Then get them away from the bully. Take them to a trusted adult and report what you saw.

 

"Be careful not to enter into the struggle unless you can be assisted by others," advises Police Chief, Mark Swistek.
"Be the best witness you can be by observing or recording the occurrence and other necessary information. This rule also applies to adults. If you're unsure of your abilities or cannot be assisted by others, we encourage witnesses to immediately call 911 and stand by to provide us with the information related to the incident. You can also report anonymously."
 

 

SCHOOL DANGER ALERT

If you hear someone talking about doing harm to anyone at our school or bringing a weapon to school immediately report it to your principal or school counselor. If you want to be anonymous let them know and also tell your parents. You could be saving lives!


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