The Menifee Police Department has partnered with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department Special Needs Reunification Program. The program is designed to help locate missing members of the community with special needs to expedite reunification as soon as possible.
The registry will assist law enforcement by providing critical information including emergency contact information, physical descriptions, and photographs. An individual’s communication abilities, routines, behaviors, and other information may be entered to assist law enforcement. The personal information is kept confidential within the law enforcement database.
Individuals with autism, Alzheimer’s disease, and Down syndrome are examples of members of the community who might benefit from this registry.
For questions or assistance with enrolling in the program, email [email protected]
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