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NASHUA POLICE DEPARTMENT OPERATION SAFE RETURN

Registration for Operation Safe Return


About the Program


A voluntary enrollment program designed to reunite memory-impaired persons with their caregivers. Operation Safe Return is sponsored and coordinated by the Nashua Police Department to assist in the return of memory-impaired individuals to their home or place of care in a dignified, safe manner. Memory-impaired persons or persons with Alzheimer's often have a tendency to wander away from home and get lost or confused. An identification card, as well as a necklace for women and a bracelet for men, are issued with an operation safe return number. If these individuals become lost, they are reunited with their family as quickly and safely as possible.


How It Works


The voluntary registration can be completed by following the prompts in the Registration link below, which includes uploading a current photograph of the person. Once submitted a member of Nashua Police will conduct a follow-up with the first Emergency Contact to verify receipt of the registration. Upon verification the information will be kept on file with Nashua Police. The information will then be provided to police personnel as needed in the performance of their duties.

We encourage those registered to update us periodically as important information changes such as an address change, or a change in emergency contact information. We also ask if you can submit a new photo as the person registered ages.


How to Register


Fill in the fields in the registration. Note that there are certain mandatory fields that must be completed in order to proceed. Please confirm that the information is accurate before submitting. The first emergency contact person is who Nashua Police will contact to verify before entering the information into our records system. If we are unable to confirm with the first emergency contact the information will not be entered.


For More Information


For more information, please call community policing coordinator Barbara Costa at 603-594-3544.



 

IS THIS A NEW REGISTRATION OR ARE YOU UPDATING A PREVIOUSLY ENTERED REGISTRATION?