Tuesday, December 12, 2017
   
Text Size

Client Registration

Project Lifesaver clients must have a tendency to bolt or wander and be confirmed by a physician to be suffering from one of the following:

  • Alzheimer's Disease
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Dementia
  • Related Special Needs

How to Register Your Loved One:

  • The initial visitation will take approximately 1-2 hours depending on the option selected.
  • You will need copies of documentation of Doctor's assessment, legal guardianship, and / or birth certificate.
  • Information on attending physician's phone number and a list of medication the client is currently taking.
  • It is recommended that all members of the family attend the first initial setup.
  • We have discovered that those with sensory issues are best to have worn a watch 24/7 in order for them to have an easier transition to wearing the transmitter.
  • You are not locked into a contract, when you return the transmitter you are released from the contract.
  • Monthly appointment maintenance fee.
  • Monthly maintenance takes approximately half an hour.
  • This technology does not replace the need for constant supervision.
  • The battery is the integral part of this technology.
  • Mandated to verify-by-signature that the battery is functioning, a minimum of once a day.
  • This device is designed to be an additional aid to help locate a missing person and that there is no warranty, representing or guarantee that a person will be found. Project Lifesaver equipment is designed to provide law enforcement personnel with an additional technology in attempting to locate the missing person.
  • The Project Lifesaver transmitter bracelet is to be worn at all times. If you discover the transmitter bracelet has been removed or is defective, you must call Project Lifesaver immediately.

A lost person is a critical emergency. They may be unaware of their situation, may not call out for help and they may not respond to others who call out to them. Inadvertent wandering is a reality that parents and caregivers have to face. This technology will help reduce your fear and anxiety level in order for you to cope with the difficult situations that you face daily. The relief of knowing that if your child or loved one wanders or bolts that you will have an excellent chance of having them returned home safely.

Contact Windsor-Essex Project Lifesaver

Deputy Chief Rick Derus
C/O Windsor Police Service
PH: (519) 255-6700 Ext. 4484

Login Form