Project Life Saver helps residents who are “at risk” and prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering and it is coming to North Port

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Project Life Saver helps residents who are “at risk” and prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering and it is coming to North Port

NPPD

We’re hoping you can help bring some attention to an important issue for North Port. It deals with residents who are “at risk” and prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering. The primary mission of “Project Lifesaver” is to provide a timely response to help save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children with the propensity to wander due to a cognitive condition. On average, our agency works a missing person case every two weeks.

The bracelets or necklaces will be available for those residents who meet the criteria for FREE. NPPD staff has received training on how to use the radio frequency based tracking system. NPPD has partnered with the Sarasota Police Department so officers, volunteers, and members of Sarasota Search and Rescue are up to date and ready to act when needed.

If you or someone you know needs this valuable resource, please contact Commander Joe Fussell at jfussell@northportpd.com or by calling 941-429-7234.  We can help keep them safe by enrolling them into this program!

More info www.projectlifesaver.org

We will explain the whole enchilada Wednesday morning. Chief Todd Garrison, Commander Fussell, and possibly some members of the community with experience utilizing the device will be available.

Where: 4980 City Hall Blvd, North Port, FL 34286

When: Wednesday February 13, 2019 11am.

NPPD Project Lifesaver

The primary mission of “Project Lifesaver” is to provide a timely response to help save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children with the propensity to wander due to a cognitive condition. On average, our agency works a missing person case every two weeks. The bracelets or necklaces will be available for those residents who meet the criteria for FREE. NPPD staff has received training on how to use the radio frequency based tracking system. NPPD has partnered with the Sarasota Police Department so officers, volunteers, and members of Sarasota Search and Rescue are up to date and ready to act when needed. If you or someone you know needs this valuable resource, please contact NPPD by calling 941-429-7300 or by email to Officer Joe Fussell at jfussell@northportpd.com. @Project Lifesaver International Headquarters.

Posted by North Port Police Department on Wednesday, February 13, 2019




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