Safe Assured Id Program
Home Source One’s mission is to provide maximum value for our homeowners in a community environment that is attractive, safe, and sociable. Perhaps the biggest aspect of this trio is safety. Because the world continues to require constant familiarity with the people around you, Home Source One’s parent company, Asset Development Group, has developed the SafeAssured™ ID program for children and adults.
SafeAssured™ ID provides families with an added sense of security and peace of mind should a family member be missing. All SafeAssured™ ID kits provide families with the power to immediately deliver comprehensive and ready-to-broadcast information unique to the missing person to media outlets and law enforcement agencies.
In addition to common program benefits, such as a digital photo and personal information profile, each personalized SafeAssured™ ID kit includes 10 digital fingerprints, a voice recording clip and streaming video that demonstrates unique mannerisms and movement. This private information is securely stored on an encrypted mini-CD ROM, accessible only to authorized law enforcement officials. The mini-CD allows the user to make missing person posters using a high-quality image. Families also receive a full-color photo data card and a preventative safety tips guidebook, written in conjunction with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
To keep your personal information secure, all data is stored only on the mini-CD–not in a database—to prevent unauthorized access to the information.
Each kit provides legal guardians a privacy-protected mini-CD containing vital personal identification information essential in locating a missing child. The data is protected with electronic encryption and can only be accessed when the parent/guardian presents the mini-CD to law enforcement.
SafeAssured ID Kit Contents
- Electronically imaged fingerprints
- A digital photograph
- Streaming video showing mannerisms and gait
- An audio file providing child’s voice inflection and accent
- Private information (general physical description, street address, date of birth, life-threatening medical conditions, identifying scars or marks and tattoos)
- Missing person poster template
- A full-color photo data card
- A parent’s guidebook with prevention tips, written in conjunction with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children