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Old 01-16-2013, 10:20   #1
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Child Safety ?

Hi, Mas. Thank you for being here. My child's elementary school sent home a form for Identikit to come and make an id card for him. Do u recommend this? I'm a former Deputy, so I'm well familiar with printing, and in fact have a full set of his in a safe at home. What is your take on this? Thanks
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Old 01-16-2013, 18:04   #2
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If you have fingerprints -- and, I'm sure, current photos -- it seems to me that would be sufficient. Identikit is for victims and witnesses to describe and engender an image of an as yet unidentified subject...not sure where that has a place in this scenario. Would be interested in learning more.

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Old 01-16-2013, 19:28   #3
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This is a private company(Ident-A-Kid) that is doing identikit cards at the school system for possible future use in a kidnap/abduction or "Code Adam" type scenario. It's just a digital photo card with a fingerprint. Supposedly secure/confidential and parents keep the cards. Just wondered if you had heard of this? As earlier stated, I keep a full workup of prints, as well as an "any identifying marks" note in my safe.
Just thought if you were familiar with it and had heard of it, I might consent. It DOES seem harmless. No SSN. Thanks again.
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