In about the time it takes to read this page, two more children will be reported lost, missing or separated from their parents in the United States.
Authorities everywhere ask parents to have child safety packets designed to help police find missing children. With more than 2,200 children reported lost or missing each day in the United States, these experts know that access to quality child safety packets with accurate descriptions is very critical. Many parents already carry a traditional photo ID card, but these cards alone can’t provide law enforcement with the tools they need to begin a search or find a missing child, especially in the first 20-minutes following a disappearance.
Our Child Safety Packet
Permanent Impressions has developed the most advanced and effective child safety program available today using biometric technology designed to assist in a quick recovery during this type of emergency. Our service uses state-of-the-art encrypted software and technology which allows information to be immediately transmitted to local authorities, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Department of Justice and the media. We also incorporate traditional printing methods with our program. We administer 10-print fingerprint cards (FD-258), palm impressions, writer’s palm, foot impressions, dental chart, physical characteristic graph and hair sample. All of the information necessary for the expeditious and accurate information of your child. This child safety packet is administered, completed, and delivered onsite – nothing is ever taken off-site for processing. We’ve designed it to be easy to carry and simple to use but more importantly, it is formatted for the Department of Justice database. Finally, it had to be administered accurately by law enforcement with expertise in multimodal identification. During the development stage we sought input from various law enforcement agencies, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC.org) and other child advocacy organizations, and then we used that well-researched information to develop the most accurate and comprehensive child safety packet available.