Return Home Registry
RETURN HOME REGISTRY
The Return Home Registry is designed to assist in the timely return of loved ones who may become displaced from their homes or caregivers. The Registry can assist in providing law enforcement crucial information such as:
- Emergency contact information
- Detailed physical descriptions
- Communication abilities
Individuals with Autism, Alzheimer’s, Dementia and Down Syndrome are examples of members of our community who might benefit from this registry.
Time is critical in these incidents, help us, help you, and your loved ones
This voluntary program is offered at no cost to participants. Caregivers are encouraged to register adults and children that may be unable to communicate important information to officers such as their name or home address.
The Return Home Registry can be utilized in two ways:
1. A loved one or care giver can notify the police department when they realize that their loved one is gone. Information previously entered into the registry can be readily available to patrol officers, who will have the tools to better locate and return the individual home.
2. If an officer or other police department personnel observes an individual that appears to be lost or confused, they will have information on hand to quickly identify the individual and connect them to their emergency contact.
This program does not guarantee the safe return of your loved ones. This registry will assist officers with additional tools to locate and help aide in the return of your loved one.
The Return Home Registry is compliant with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 and does not collect or disseminate medical information.
To register your love one, please fill out the Return Home Registry and submit your completed form to CrimePrevention@bppd.com.
For more information please call (714)562-3993 or email CrimePrevention@bppd.com