Do you have all the current information readily available for police to use to identify your child in an emergency?
On Feb. 17, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Chatham-Kent YMCA in Chatham, the Kiwanis Club of Chatham-Kent, the YMCA and the Masons are hosting a Child Identification Clinic to help parents collect information they might need to help police in an emergency situation.
Bring your child to have the following information added to a CD for you: Video of your child, four photographs, height, weight, voice patterns, digital finger prints, and DNA swab. All this data is printed out for you and burned onto a CD that you control. No data is kept on a computer.
It is free to the parents and guardians of children of all ages.
For further information, contact 519-352-2431