Masonic Child Identification Program
June 21st, 2014
Baker College Gymnasium
The annual Muskegon Masonic Child Identification Program, or CHIP, event will be held this month at the Muskegon Baker College Camps in the Gymnasium. The CHIP program is designed to provide parents with all the information they need to help law enforcement in the event that a child goes missing.
Parents can bring their kids between Noon and 4:00 PM. A kit is created that contains a fingerprint card, a physical description, a video of the child talking, dental imprints, and a DNA sample. No information is retained by the Masonic organization. Once the information is gathered it is packaged and handed off to the parent so in the event that the child goes missing the parents, and law enforcement, have a solid set of identification data to help in the search of the child.
For more information about the project see http://www.michiganchildid.org/about.cfm
This is all provided free of cost. In a perfect world every child lives a safe and protected life with no fear of getting lost or abducted, but even if we were in a perfect world it is important to be prepared. We hope to see you there!