The Bring Me Home Program is a free service offered by the Cedar Park Police Department that allows you to register individuals who may have difficulty communicating with first responders. This program is particularly intended to serve individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, Alzheimer’s, and Dementia. By providing detailed information about the registrant, public safety personnel will be able to quickly access that information in the event they become lost or disoriented and need help returning home. All information is confidential and only accessible by public safety personnel.
How to Register
It's easy to enroll your loved one in the Bring Me Home Program. Visit the link below to fill out an online form. You must be legally responsible for the person you're registering. You will be asked to provide basic information, a recent digital photo, and other important details. Cedar Park Police Department personnel may contact you if more information is needed to process your submission.
How It Works
After a form is submitted, the individual's information is housed and maintained in a secure database accessible only to public safety personnel.
If an individual registered with the Bring Me Home Program goes missing, their photo and description will be immediately available to first responders. In this event, individuals are urged to call 911 immediately to report the person missing and inform Cedar Park Police dispatchers that their loved one is registered in the Bring Me Home database.
Updating Information in Bring Me Home
While there is no cost to participate, having current information on hand is critical to providing assistance. Therefore, it is strongly encouraged that updated photographs of enrolled persons be submitted every six months, and changes to addresses, phone numbers, emergency contacts, or other information be communicated immediately.