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Posted on: March 14, 2023

Cedar Park Police Launch Bring Me Home Program

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Service aims to help children, adults with disabilities.

Minutes can seem like hours when a loved one is missing — especially a child or adult with disabilities who either can't speak or won't speak because they're disoriented and frightened.

The Cedar Park Police Department has launched a free new program intended to help officers find and safely return people who need extra assistance as quickly as possible when they wander away from their family or caregivers. 

While anyone who may have trouble communicating with public safety personnel can be registered in the program, Bring Me Home is particularly intended to serve individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome, Alzheimer’s, dementia or any other developmental or intellectual disability.

How It Works

The Bring Me Home program is a database offered, managed and maintained by Cedar Park Police and is only accessible by public safety personnel. 

When someone enrolls a loved one in the program, Cedar Park Police get their basic information, a current digital photograph, family emergency contact information, and other brief information that might help us if we encounter them.

If a family member or caregiver alerts police their loved one has wandered away, officers will have the immediate ability to distribute a photo and other pertinent information to first responders, which can save precious minutes in launching the search. Additionally, the information is also helpful if an officer comes across someone who may be out walking or driving who appears lost or confused, we can check the database to see if they are enrolled in the program.

Enroll Now

Enrollment is easy. You can register a family member or loved one by completing and submitting the online form, along with a current photograph. For more information on the Bring Me Home Program, visit

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