Bullying

What is Bullying? 

Bullying is when someone intentionally does or says something to hurt another person. This behaviour is often repetitive and deliberate. Bullying can take many forms such as: 

Recognize the Signs

Warning signs that someone is being bullied can include:

See "Stop Bullying Tips for Parents" for more information on recognizing the signs and what to do if you suspect your child is being bullied. 

Protect Yourself & Others

Everyone has a role to play in stopping bullying. Choose not to ignore it, take a stand, and report bullying to police or a school official. Students attending school in Surrey can report bullying anonymously at www.psst-bc.ca. Crimes such as assault or threats should be reported to the Surrey RCMP at 604-599-0502.

Use the Gawk-Talk-Walk-Block approach:

Remember – it gets better. The Surrey RCMP Youth Unit championed a video sharing the stories of police officers – their fears, struggles and how it got better for them. View the "It Gets Better" video.

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