Guardian Reduces Crime One Child at a Time
Wednesday, May 16, 2012 by Cassandra H.
Child safety awareness is a critical national issue requiring the attention of those of us who are capable of making a difference. Guardian Protection Services is proud to be proactive in child safety by offering the GuardianKIDS ID Program – available at no charge.
Using highly sophisticated equipment and software, Guardian now has the ability to digitally fingerprint and photograph children, providing parents with a “Bio-Doc” featuring the child’s photo, fingerprints and personal statistics. The high-tech system provides parents with the highest quality fingerprints possible, from children as young as three months old.
GuardianKIDS ID Program is part of Guardian Protection Services’ Community Partnership Program. Guardian has provided police departments and crime watch associations all over the country with more than 75,000 free child ID kits, and hundreds of neighborhood and business crime watch signs and many informative safety booklets.
In the case of a missing child, accurate information is vital to law enforcement. Helping to protect the community through education and service is just another way Guardian works to reduce crime.
Last month, 57 children participated in the GuardianKIDS ID Program in Wexford, PA sponsored by the Wexford Police Department. Check our website to see if there is an upcoming GuardianKIDS ID event in your area!
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