Introducing Project Child ID
An enclosed kit has helped to protect our children by having handy, your child’s information in a time of crises. The kit itself contains inkless fingerprint kit, wallet card, DNA collection swabs. All items are completed and stored at home. None of this information is ever kelp by East Montgomery County Project Safe Child and If ever needed, you can provide this information to authorities to help reunite a missing child with your family.
Statistics

The most recent study published by the Department of Justice, reported that of the 797,500 children reported missing in a one-year period, 203,900 were abducted by family members and 58,200 were abducted by non-relatives. 115 were classified as being taken by a stranger. 99.8% of the children who go missing do come home.

  • Nearly 90% of missing children have simply misunderstood directions or miscommunicated their plans, are lost, or have run away.
  • 9% are kidnapped by a family member in a custody dispute.
  • 3% are abducted by non-family members, usually during the commission of a crime such as robbery or sexual assault. The kidnapper is often someone the child knows.
  • Only about 100 children (a fraction of 1%) are kidnapped each year in the stereotypical stranger abductions you hear about in the news and with help of programs like this and law enforcement.
  • About half of these 100 children come home.