SHERIFF GOLDEN CONTINUES TO MAKE CHILD SAFETY A PRIORITY THROUGH YOUTH ID
Sheriff Shaun Golden is pleased to announce that the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office issued 600 youth ID cards during the Monmouth County Fair which was held from July 24 to July 28. The Youth ID program consists of a credit card size photo ID of a child that is carried by a parent or guardian who maintains complete control of the card. In an emergency, the card can be given to local first responders to aid in the rapid location and safe return of a child.
“The Youth ID Program is offered year round and helps ensure the safety of our children, which is a top priority at the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office,” said Sheriff Shaun Golden.
Parents are asked to complete a brief information and authorization form, a digital photo is taken, and after the information and photo are placed on the card, it’s mailed to the parents. The photo ID process is fast, friendly and does not compromise the privacy or identity of a child.
The success of the Youth ID program would not be made possible without the assistance and dedication of the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office clerical staff who worked at the Monmouth County Fair, and the VISCOMP (Volunteers in Sheriff’s Community Programs) volunteers who participate in community programs.
The Youth ID program will also be offered at National Night out on August 6, in Long Branch, Neptune, Manalapan, Sea Girt and Fair Haven.
To schedule a Youth ID Program please contact Kathy Morrison at 732.577.5743.