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New York State Sheriffs Launch Child Safety Program: You Can Enroll Your Child in It


Olga Derkach

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The New York State Sheriffs Association is reminding parents and guardians of the need to participate in Operation Safe Child. The edition told in more detail Binghamton Homepage.

Operation Safe Child is a free program that provides parents and guardians with a map of important information about their child. This card and the information it contains can be critical in bringing a missing child home.

The operation currently involves 58 county sheriffs and other law enforcement agencies in New York State.

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The cards in this program contain the child's name, a photo of the child, a picture of both index fingers, and identifying information such as the child's gender, eye color, hair color, date of birth, and more. It only takes a couple of minutes to make the card, and it's easy to carry around in your purse or purse.

Having this card allows parents to quickly provide law enforcement officials with all the important information they need to identify their child. The card can also be used in conjunction with Amber Alerts and other missing child alert systems.

Information can be shared within minutes if needed. The time saved with this card can make all the difference when it comes to finding a missing child.

To enroll in the Operation Safe Child program, you can contact your local sheriff's office. A list of all involved law enforcement agencies and their contact information can be found at link.

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