Question, what recourses do parents have if the unthinkable happens? Such as your child being kidnapped, or goes missing?

An important tool for law enforcement when searching for a missing family member is up-to-date information and recent quality photo along with descriptive information. Have an ID kit is a simple yet effective tool to help families maintain current photos of and descriptive information about their selves.

Jessica’s Law Now agrees with law enforcement that parents need to fingerprint their children, as well as family members. A child’s appearance will change, as one’s child is growing. Fingerprinting and DNA are the best ways to identify a growing child.

Ensure your families security by keeping a Family Identification Kit. This will help document your family’s privacy and identifying information. Each family member will have a record of their fingerprints, updated photographs, and DNA.

FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) annually has reported more than 800,000 people are missing. Children are near 90% on average. These statistics come from reported missing persons.

John Walsh of “America’s Most Wanted” talks from experience importance of having a Family Identification Kit.


Families Identification Information :

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Child’s Name:


Sex:


Date of Birth:


Year:


Birthplace:


Social Security Number:


School Attending:


Phone:


Address of School:


Blood Type:


Eye Color:


Complexion:


Hair Color:


Glasses:


Birthmarks:


Scars:


Moles:


Braces:


Tattoos:


Shoe Size:



Family Doctor:


Phone:


Address:


Special Medical Requirements:




Dentist:


Phone:


Address:



Medical Insurance Provider:


Phone:


Street Address:


City/State/Zip:



Emergency Contact Relative/Friend:

Name:


Relationship:


Phone:


Address:



Top Three Friends:

Name:


Phone:


Address:



Name:


Phone:


Address:



Name:


Phone:


Address:


NOTE:

**Make A Copy Of Each Family Member’s Information and Keep All Photos’ Current. Remember, Children Are Growing And Their Appearances Change More Than Adults.

**Your local law enforcement can help your family with fingerprinting or can do it yourself. If you choose to do your own fingerprinting please take the following steps carefully.

Procedure For Taking DNA:
The items be kept in a safe secure place. It’s best to keep the DNA items in an enclosed plastic clear bag and place in the freezer. This will help protect DNA items safe. Best items for DNA for children are baby teeth, hair and cotton swab from the mouth.

• Sterile best possible way cotton swab. Put cotton swab tip inside family members mouth and swab till moist.
• Allow cotton swab safely air dry for 24 hours.
• Then place the cotton swab in a clear plastic bag and seal. Usually, best bags for this are zip-lock bags.
• Use a permanent marker for each bag and put family members name, date.
• Once have done marking all the bags. Then take all family members bags and place them together in a second zip-lock bag in the freezer.
• This procedure will work for keeping baby teeth and blood sample.

*FINGERPRINT RECORD :

R THUMB R INDEX R MIDDLE R RING R LITTLE
L 4 FINGERS (Do 3 fingers first then index – press & lift) L THUMB R THUMB R 4 FINGERS (Do 3 fingers first then index – press & lift)

*IDENTIFICATION DATA :

Press fingers onto ink surface and then onto fingerprint card – press flat on card and lift.
Press thumb onto ink surface then press flat on card and lift. Please note: Do not roll – just press and lift.

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