|Attorney General recommends SDChip program|
|Thursday, 06 December 2012 12:16|
Jackley is endorsing an effort taking place in Rapid City tomorrow that will collect items of identification including dental impressions, DNA swabs, photos, fingerprints and other items. Jackley says the Masons should be commended for what they call the SDChip program. Marty Jackley says, "It's strictly voluntary. It's a good program because it's a pro-active approach to help protect children. Again, it protects privacy because all that information gathered is not kept by law enforcement or other authorities. It's given back to the parents." The SDChip event will take place Friday from 4 PM to 8 PM at Western Dakota Tech in Rapid City.
Al Van Zee