Operation KidSafe in Brownsville

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More than 2,000 children go missing nation-wide every single day. In effort to help families prepare to safe guard their children’s lives, Operation KidSafe has set up shop in Brownsville.

KidSafe is a free custom digital fingerprinting unit that is now at Brownsville’s Charlie Clark Nissan location from now until September 10th.

In case of an emergency, Operation KidSafe hopes having this private digital form of ID with your photo, fingerprints, and information, could help speed up the search and find efforts by law enforcement.

Shirley Bralley, Community Outreach Director says, “We just want every parent, every special needs child, every elderly to have the opportunity to have that photo ID and that fingerprint on file in case, we hope that you never need it but if you do, that it’s accessible to hand to the authorities immediately.”

Again, Operation KidsSafe is free and private. It will be at the Charlie Clark Nissan in Brownsville today and Friday from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Saturday from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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