Child Identification Project – Cary

From Sarah C.:

Example of Child ID Sheet

The Cary Police Department offers an opportunity to create a free identification sheet for your child(ren). The Child Identification Project takes place monthly outside of the Cary Police Service Center in the Food Court area at Cary Towne Center. A parent or guardian fills out an information sheet with the child’s name and vital statics (age, weight, height, hair & eye color, identifying marks, etc). The information is then entered into a computer and the child’s photograph & fingerprints are taken electronically. A print out of the information, as well as the original sheet, are given to the parent or guardian.

Note: The Cary Police Department does not store this information. It is used only to generate the form you will be given (see example to the right). Then it is deleted and they move onto the next child.

The next upcoming event dates and times are:
Thursday, May 24th 4-6pm
Thursday, June 28th 4-6pm

Child Identification Project
Cary Police Department, Citizens Assisting Police
Cary Towne Center Events | Child Identification Project Details
Cary Towne Center
Food Court Area, adjacent to Cary Police Dept. Service Center
Walnut Street

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