Safety I.D. Program for children Feb. 22.


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Posted Online: Feb. 18, 2014, 12:49 pm
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Press release submitted by Carl Van Keuren


The Unity Point Trinity Hospital on Utica Ridge Road, Davenport, will be observing its 10th year anniversary at this location on Saturday, Feb. 22.
As part of their celebration, the Iowa Yorkrite Masons will be having a Safety I.D. Program for children that will be free of charge and will contribute to the recovery of a missing child.
The child must be accompanied by a parent of guardian.
This I.D. will include a 360 degree photograph of the child, a history and measurement of the child, a DNA swab from the mouth, digital fingerprints of both hands and all results will be placed on a disc that will be given to the parent for safe keeping.
Once placed on the disc, all information is automatically deleted from the computer as required by Federal Law.
Hours are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and longer if required by anyone waiting. No appointment is necessary.



















 



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