National child safety program provides free FBI quality fingerprints and photographs for children
Warwick, RI – The Keeping Kids Safe Project by S.I.P. Kids, a national child safety organization who tours the country providing free FBI quality digital fingerprints for children, is coming to Warwick to host a free child safety fair. “Police officials say time is crucial in the recovery of missing children. One major problem that costs precious time is gathering current photographs, fingerprints, and personal information to assist law enforcement agencies,” says National Director of S.I.P. Kids, Lytishya Borglum.
Join them on September 20th from 10am – 4pm at the Balise Chevrolet auto dealership located at 1338 Post Road, Warwick. The Keeping Kids Safe Project will take the child’s fingerprints and send thenm home with parents. Parents can use the record to turn directly over to authorites anywhere in the world to instantly aid in an investigation. There will also be community present to provide safety information for families.
In addition to fingerprinting there will be local organizations in attendance. These organizations will be bringing out different activities for the children.
“As parents, we have a common passion for helping others keep their children safe and with the help of Balise Chevrolet, we are able to do just that,” says Mrs. Borglum.
For more information, contact the Keeping Kids Safe Project.