I.D. program helps parents protect kids

Staff Report
October 01, 2008 at 1:32 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

I.D. program helps parents protect kids
NORCO - The Ident-A-Kid program visited St. Charles Borromeo School where parents were given the option to purchase a driver’s license-like card that contains their child’s photograph, fingerprint and description.

This card can be used to help locate a missing child. Ident-A-Kid has been providing this service for over 20 years.

Pictured above, student Logan Meredith gets fingerprinted for an Ident-A-Kid card. Also pictured is Jennifer Brown, a representative for the company.




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