STOPIT

STOPIT

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About five years ago, STOPit Solutions a technology company providing software and services to educational institutions, businesses and governments globally to mitigate, deter and control inappropriate conduct had fewer than five employees.
Initiatives such as the STOPit app, which allows users to report incidents anonymously, help equalize that power imbalance by providing a simple way to bring the problem to the attention of authorities.
Kaiser Permanente uses the StopIt application, which allows individuals
Anonymous reporting (for example, by using a cell phone app, such as STOPit) empowers students to report bullying or fights to school staff without risking later retribution from the peer.
Dartmouth, Canada, December 11, 2014 --(PR.com)-- SimplyCast is proud to welcome new client STOPit, the comprehensive software and services solution that mitigates, deters and controls cyber abuse in schools, universities, the workplace and beyond.
The revolutionary STOPit app allows school students to choose from four options of 'Stop it, Help it, Report it, Friend it,' letting them document harmful activity, anonymously report bullying of other students and reach out to a 24-hour helpline.
In September, figures presented at a conference in Edinburgh by a research group called "Study of Public Place Intervention on Tobacco Exposure" (STOPIT), suggested a 17% fall in the number of people admitted to Scottish hospitals with heart attacks in the 12 months since Scotland banned smoking in public places.
Downhill you couldn't stopit. The greens were just unbelievably quick.''
``If that is what's coming out then I can't stopit.
Another Bell Works tenant, software development company STOPit, participated in the EDA's Angel Investor Tax Credit Program.
Schobel made the STOPit app, which allows students to report bullying incidents anonymously.
The Scottish discrepancy was given more significance than it might otherwise had received because of the claim by Gill Pell, of Glasgow University, who headed STOPIT's research into heart attacks, that theirs was the first research to determine the effect of a smoking ban on non-smokers.