Fingerprint kit donation

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Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers President Angie Shreve is shown here accepting the kit from Moose Lodge Govenor Bill Lyons, member Benny Turato, member Jerry Ytsma along with Crime Stoppers Coordinator David Bakker.
Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers President Angie Shreve is shown here accepting the kit from Moose Lodge Govenor Bill Lyons, member Benny Turato, member Jerry Ytsma along with Crime Stoppers Coordinator David Bakker.

The Chatham-Kent Crime Stoppers program was pleased to accept the donation of an EZ CHILD/SENIOR ID kit from the Chatham Moose Lodge 1692.  This computerized fingerprinting program allows Crime Stoppers to make digital fingerprints, voice recordings and video and still photographs of children for identification purposes. All of this information is stored onto a USB memory stick and given to parents, should the need arise when it is required by the police.

Crime Stoppers will be hosting their next Child Fingerprinting Clinic on Saturday September 17 at Chatham Chrysler.  For more information call 519-351-8477

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