CEO of Wisconsin-Based IfIGoMissing.com Provides Tips on Child ID Kits
Online PR News – 27-March-2013 – Sheboygan, WI – Pushing forward the fight for missing children, CEO and founder of cloud-based service IfIGoMissing.com Jeremy Reynolds is leading the charge and informing parents of ways to protect their children.
His article, “My Child Is Missing – What Do I Do?” has been featured on The Ricki Lake Show website. Offering tips for parents to be proactive in the unfortunate event that their child goes missing, the article provides a breakdown of how to set up a child ID kit.
“It’s one of those necessary things to do when you’re a parent. You don’t want to imagine the worst, but it’s better to be prepared in case something happens. Putting together a child ID kit is one of the smartest things a parent can do,” said Reynolds, a parent himself.
From photographs to cell phone MEID numbers, the information stored in a child ID kit is critical, and can make all the difference for law enforcement when a child goes missing.
The article discusses what to do with the child ID kit once it’s put together, including the important tip of making it accessible in case of an emergency.
Reynolds is pushing forward his agenda for missing children. He was recently appointed as the Wisconsin state coordinator for the Center for Search and Investigations (CFSI). The organization serves to train and assist families, communities, and law enforcement in facilitating the search and location of missing children.
About If I Go Missing
IfIGoMissing.com is a proactive approach to protecting loved ones, providing users with a secure interface to store important identification and technological information. Once a missing person report is filed, the information gets transmitted to the police immediately. For more information, please visit ifigomissing.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.