Sheriff's Office Operation SAFE CHILD

2014 SCHEDULED EVENTS
 

Saturday, April 5, 900am-1:00pm, 3rd Annual Autism Spectrum Connection Fair at Total Sports Experience, 880 Elmgrove Rd.
 
 
 
On October 15, 2005, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office joined the Governor's state-wide initiative - Operation SAFE CHILD. The program provides photo ID cards that contain fingerprint and biographical data to individuals under the age of 18.
 
The goal of this program is to record and store the fingerprints, basic biographical information and photographs of children who are not missing -- information critical to expediting the return of a missing child. Operation SAFE CHILD will be available to interested parents and families statewide and is entirely voluntary. The storage of information will require the written consent of a parent or legal guardian. The information gathered will be digitally recorded and stored at a separate database at New York State Department Of Criminal Justice Services. In the event DCJS receives a missing child report, the fingerprints of that child will be included in a special search file and compared against all incoming fingerprints submitted to DCJS. Once included in the database, parents or lawful guardians can request that information be purged at any time and, after a missing child turns 18, the fingerprints will be purged from the database.
 
FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 753-4762
Operation SAFE CHILD will be held at locations throughout Monroe County (i.e. shopping malls, special events, etc.). As these venues are scheduled, information will be made available on this page. Please check periodically for updates.

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