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Free child safety event set for May 23

By Staff | May 11, 2009

A free child Safety event will be held Saturday, May, 23, at Victory Layne Chevrolet (formerly Bill Branch Chevrolet) at 3980 Fowler Street, Fort Myers.
The event will offer Biometrics, the newest and most advanced technology available today for obtaining fingerprints, from 9:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. This is the same equipment presently used by Federal Agencies, Law Enforcement, and the U.S. Military.
Biometric technology program allows child’s fingerprints to be immediately submitted into the FBI Database as soon as they are reported missing. When the child’s fingerprints are entered into the FBI Database, the fingerprints become immediately available to all law enforcement agencies throughout the United States.
The event will feature:
Free FBI Certified Biometric 10 digit fingerprint profile.
Free high resolution full color digital photograph of your child.
Free Child Safety Journal which will provide law enforcement officials with all the necessary vital information about your child and other important facts they will need immediately after a child is reported missing.
Free home DNA Identification Kit that is easy to use and lasts through generations.
There is no data basing: After each child goes through the line, parents are handed the Child Safety Journal (which will contain the Biometric fingerprints and digital photo) and a DNA Kit. The DNA Kit contains detailed instructions on how to use the DNA Kit at home. The only record of the visit is handed to you to take home: The event sponsor keeps no records on file. Parents also will be given John Walsh’s Child Safety Tips. All the information provided at this Child Safety Program is recommended by child safety experts and law enforcement officials to be updated every six months.
If a child becomes missing, parents greatly increase their chance of quickly recovering their child if they immediately provide, a FBI Certified Biometric 10 Digit Fingerprint Profile, a DNA Sample, a High Resolution Full Color Photograph, and Current Statistical Information, officials said.