KEEPING KIDS SAFE PROJECT

FREE digital fingerprint & photo program for all children that attend!

This specialized equipment tours the country and will only be in our area during the following times!

Friday, February 17th 3:00PM-7:00PM
and
Saturday, February 18th 10:00AM-4:00PM

WHO: Children of all ages.
We welcome families from the community to come attend this event hosted by one of the top child safety programs in the country! There is
no age limit.

WHAT: FBI quality digital fingerprints and photographs.
S.I.P. Kids will take a child’s picture and fingerprints, using a digital inkless fingerprint capture device, and include them as part of the child’s file that is provided to the parent. The parents can use the record to give directly to authorities anywhere to instantly aid in an investigation. There will also be community organizations present to provide safety information to families.

WHY: Many children are reported missing each day in the U.S.
Most are found within hours and have happy endings, and police officials say that time is critical in the recovery of missing children. One major problem that costs precious time is the gathering of current photographs, fingerprints, and statistical information to assist law enforcement agencies.

Come rain or shine! Reliable Toyota and The Keeping Kids Safe Project are dedicated to providing this service free for the community. The majority of our activities will take place inside the showroom to provide shelter from uncertainties in the weather.

No Data Basing: No records of the visit are maintained. The only record of the visit will go home with parents for safekeeping. S.I.P. Kids will not take any personal information from the children. A photo and fingerprints are taken and parents fill in the personal profile for their records once they are in the privacy of their own home.

Local Contact: Lincoln Whisler 417-889-9000
Keeping Kids Safe Project by S.I.P. Kids — Cedar Falls, Iowa
Phone 319.268.4111 — www.KeepingKidsSafeProject.com — Visit us on Facebook!

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