Child ID program available Jan. 17

Posted 1/13/23

In emergency situations involving children, it can sometimes be useful for emergency responders to have fingerprint and vital ID information for a child on file ahead of time. The Warrenton Scenic …

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Child ID program available Jan. 17

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In emergency situations involving children, it can sometimes be useful for emergency responders to have fingerprint and vital ID information for a child on file ahead of time. The Warrenton Scenic Regional Library will offer a completely voluntary and free children’s ID program during the library’s story time on Jan. 17 at 10 a.m.

New York Life representative Jeremy Hake will be at the library to help set up child IDs. According to information about the program, “Child IDs are created using the EZ Child ID System, the nation’s most comprehensive digital fingerprinting child identification system. Created with help from the National CHIP foundation and law enforcement officials, this system ensures that the digital fingerprints meet industry standards by capturing all vital information required by the Amber Alert system.”

Child ID, Warrenton Scenic Regional Library

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