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National Child Identification Program: Child ID Kit Program


The National Child ID Program has distributed over 70 million inkless in-home child id kits since its founding following Amber Hagerman’s disappearance in 1997.

These inkless kits do not enter a database and a stored at home by parents, providing them with a gift of safety they hopefully never have to use.

The kits take two minutes to complete and allow parents to safely store in their own home the vast majority of their child’s vital information should law enforcement ever need it


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