CLARK COUNTY EMERGENCY SERVICES ASSOCIATION (ESA) TEAMS UP WITH SAFETYNET Tracking
Press Release 02/13/2015
The Clark County Emergency Services Association (ESA), in conjunction with SafetyNet, has implemented a program designed to locate individuals, who have cognitive conditions and have been reported missing. This program has been active in Clark County since 2009.
The ESA is comprised of local law enforcement, ambulance and fire departments within Clark County.
When an individual registers with SafetyNet Tracking they receive a bracelet that has a unique digital identification. The bracelet is then registered to that specific individual. When a client is reported missing, Clark County Emergency Services Association (ESA) Personnel respond to the last known location of the missing person. The ESA personnel then use RF radio receivers to tune into the frequency of the client’s bracelet and conduct a canvas search of the area.
The ESA has a 100% success rate in locating individuals who participate in this program. The program has proven to locate persons with in the community who suffer from cognitive disorders.
If more information is needed please go to safetynettracking.com or 877-4-FINDTHEM (434-6384).
The Clark County ESA’s coordinator for this program is Detective Jason Bourget. Detective Bourget can be contacted at (800) 743-2420 or email at Jason.Bourget@co.clark.wi.us.
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