Project Lifesaver / SafetyNet is a system to rapidly locate vulnerable people that have a tendency to wander off and get lost. In the event a vulnerable person gets separated from caregivers- it is a tracking tool to quickly bring him/her to safety. The system is administered by a law enforcement agency and includes equipment, training, procedures and forms.
People with Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism, Down Syndrome, stroke, traumatic brain injury, or other short term memory ailment are what is to be considered a typical client of Project Lifesaver / SafetyNet.
Care providers can register their loved one directly through SafetyNet. You may also contact Deputy Nate Olson via email or at 952-496-8730.