|Child ID program in Rapid City|
|Friday, 07 December 2012 12:07|
Two Rapid City Masonic Lodges partnered together with Western Dakota Tech and local law enforcement to host the South Dakota Child Identification program. The program is designed to collect all of the important pieces of information a parent would need to help law enforcement locate a missing or abducted child.
Masonic Lodge #220 president Jack Welker says, "What we do is we take a tooth imprint, a dental swab, a still picture, a video, we interview the kids. We ask questions like, 'what do you like to eat, where do you like to hide, and who's your best friend?' Those last two are the important ones."
All of that information is then gathered into a packet and D-V-D, then handed over to the parents for safe keeping.