Keeping Kids Safe Project Supported by Suburban Toyota Scion Again in 2012

One of the top child safety programs in the country - Keeping Kids Safe Project will be coming to Suburban Toyota Scion in Troy, MI. FBI quality digital fingerprints and photographs will be taken and provided to parents looking to further ensure the safety of their children, free of charge.

Suburban Toyota Scion, located at 1821 Maplelawn Drive in Troy, MI will once again host the event on Friday, September 21, 2012 from 1PM-5PM and Saturday, September 22, 2012 from 10AM-4PM. Most of the event's activities will be provided indoors to avoid any possible disruption by weather-related issues.

S.I.P. (Safety in Prints) Kids will be onsite and helping to give parents the confidence they need to be sure their kids have an additional level of safety in place, in case of unforeseen circumstances. S.I.P. Kids will create a file of digital, inkless fingerprints, and a photo for the parents, to be given to the authorities to help speed up any investigation related to children.

In addition, a blank personal profile form will be provided to help document information about the children. This package of information will eliminate wasted time needed to gather these items for a possible investigation, should it be necessary.

Suburban Toyota Scion has also arranged for a local community organization to be on-hand to provide safety information to interested families.  Suburban Toyota Scion's Retail Operations Manager - Mark Buday says "Suburban Toyota Scion and the Suburban Collection have decided once again to host this event free of charge for the Troy and surrounding communities and do our part to secure the safety of the local kids".

No records of any type related to the children or their attendance will be maintained. The complete file of information will be provided to the parents at the event. Parents will fill in the personal profile to be used in conjunction with the photo and fingerprints in the privacy of their own homes.

See the poster here for more information.

Contact Margaret Grabski at 248-643-8500 for detailed information about this free event.
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