Missouri College Sponsors MOCHIP CHILD ID Program

June 30, 2012

MOCHIP ID Program

MOCHIP CHILD ID

Come by and check out the Missouri Child Identification & Protection Program
Sponsored by Missouri College and Polar Star-Rose Hill Lodge No. 79

Where:
Missouri College
1405 S. Hanley Blvd.
Brentwood, Missouri

When:
June 30, 2012

Time:
10:00 am to 2:00 pm

MOCHIP is a comprehensive child identification & protection program designed to provide families a proactive means of preparation should their child or teen become missing.

This program is provided free of charge!

How does it work?

The program consists of five major components:

  • Digital Photographs
  • Digital Fingerprints
  • Child Information and Emergency contacts
  • Dental bite impression
  • Two (2) laminated ID cards

-- combined, provide a powerful identification and recovery tool.

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The child’s digital photographs & fingerprints, and their vital information are given to the parent or guardian on a mini-CD computer disk. The information on the disk is "AMBER ALERT" compatible.

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The dental bite wafer provides an impression of the biting surface, which like fingerprints, is unique to each individual. This wafer also collects enough saliva to provide a DNA sample and a source scent for trained canine search and recovery teams.

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The Masonic Children’s Foundation retains no information concerning the children—only a signed permission form is retained by the Foundation for statistical purposes.

For more information, visit www.mochip.org