APS Anonymous Reporting Tool

The Aurora Public Schools Anonymous Reporting Tool provides a one-stop shop for students, families, staff and community members to report various concerns. Please review the options carefully before reporting a concern to ensure that the report is filed with the appropriate department.

*Parts of this site are still under development. If you encounter any issues, please email internalaudit@aurorak12.org with a description of the issue and we will resolve it as quickly as possible.

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APS Anonymous Reporting Tool

The Aurora Public Schools Anonymous Reporting Tool is an internally-managed reporting system overseen by our Internal Audit department.

Aurora Public Schools is committed to an environment where students, families, staff and community members can safely share their concerns. We want everyone to feel comfortable approaching site managers, supervisors, principals or APS Leadership Team members when they believe a district policy or regulation has been violated.

In situations where you prefer to place an anonymous report in confidence, you are encouraged to use this tool. You may submit reports related to fraud, waste, abuse, and violations of district policies and procedures. You may also ask for guidance related to policies and procedures through this tool.

The information you provide will be sent to Internal Audit on a fully confidential and anonymous basis, if you should choose. If you have questions about the tool or need assistance, you may contact our Internal Audit department at 303-365-5815 or internalaudit@aurorak12.org.

After submitting your report, you will receive a unique URL and reference code. Please write down the reference code or print the confirmation page and keep it in a safe place. You can use your reference code to check your report anonymously for feedback or questions.

To File a Report:
You may use either of the following two methods to file a report:
  • Click "Create an Anonymous Report"
  • Call our hotline at 303-326-3444 or
  • extension 63444 if using the internal phone system.

  • The APS Anonymous Reporting Tool is NOT a 911 or emergency service: Do not use this site or the hotline numbers to report events presenting an immediate threat to life or property. Reports submitted through this tool may not receive an immediate response. If you require emergency assistance, please contact Aurora Police at 911.

    Reporting channels not managed by this site

    Safe2Tell, a toll-free, Colorado tip line is available for anyone in Colorado concerned about a threat to student and staff safety.
    Callers may remain anonymous.
    The number is 1-877-542- SAFE (1-877-542-7233), or click the buttons below to visit the website.

    Go to Safe2Tell's Website
    Go to Safe2Tell's Report Form

    Personnel Concerns and Complaints: Flowcharts and Processes

    To address a personnel issue or concern/complaints they have, a series of flowcharts has been developed to help support staff in determining the type of issue and where/who to go to best address it. PLEASE NOTE: If you have a specific issue related to reporting fraud, waste, abuse or violations of district policies and procedures, please use the APS Anonymous Reporting Tool above.
  • View the staff concerns/complaints flowcharts

  • Please see the “Overview of Processes” flowchart for an overview and a starting point if you have an issue to address. These flowcharts address complaints/concerns/issues related to: general workplace concerns for any employee, sexual harassment/Title IX, discrimination based on a protected class concern, classified employee concerns regarding discipline or termination, and Licensed Employee Master Agreement concerns.

    Please note that these are not the formal policies, but guidance and a tool to support staff in navigating various policies. Links to the official policies have been included in the flowcharts.

    Title IX

    Sexual harassment for the purposes of Title IX is defined as:
    1. Unwelcome conduct determined by a reasonable person to be so severe, pervasive, and objectively offensive that it effectively denies a person equal access to the school’s education programs or activities.
    2. Sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, or stalking as those terms are defined under federal laws called the Clery Act Summary and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA).
    3. Quid Pro Quo Harassment.*
    *Quid pro quo literally translates as “something for something.” This type of harassment occurs when a person in authority, usually a supervisor or instructor, demands sexual favors in exchange for a job, promotion, grade, or other favorable treatment. In quid pro quo cases, the offense is directly linked to the individual’s terms of employment or academic success or forms the basis for employment or academic decisions affecting the individual.

    Go to Title IX