You must create a User Account before registering a loved one. Once you have completed the profile page(s), you can edit them at any time. ALL DATA IS SECURE. ONLY AUTHORIZED LAW ENFORCEMENT CAN ACCESS THE DATA.
Our mission is to assist Law Enforcement to identify and locate Any missing persons with an emphasis on those with Autism, Dementia, and other intellectual disabilities.
How It Works
There are many ways ID Me 911 works to identify and locate a missing person. Click below to read more.
All data is completely secured. Only Authorized Law Enforcement Users can access the data.
All submissions to the ID Me 911 website are voluntary. All data is stored and transmitted using the latest encryption.
If you’re interested in partnering with ID Me 911, please contact us for more information.
How Does ID Me 911 work?
ID Me 911 helps to keep your loved ones safe by providing a secure and comprehensive database for families to register their loved ones. Whether it’s a child, elderly parent, or someone with an intellectual disability, there is never a cost to register them. In the event a loved one wanders from home and is reported missing, you can easily provide responding officers with important information that will help save essential minutes when looking for your loved one.
Responding officers can utilize the database to send INSTANT missing person notifications to police agencies in and around the area. This information is sent much like an AMBER Alert but without the restrictions.
With the assistance of our custom-built database, police officers can also learn the identity of an individual they have encountered who is unable to communicate with them about their identity or address.
You can register as many loved ones as you want. It is always free and there is never a fee to you. You can then print the registration page, which includes a photograph, to have available for responding officers in the event your loved one is reported missing.
Minutes save lives. We save minutes.
**Only sworn Law Enforcement personnel will receive and/or have access to the database to ensure the safety of all registrants and their information. The data is sent using secure and encrypted networks keeping sensitive information safe. We will never share your information with anyone outside the Law Enforcement community.
You can create a profile for your loved one FREE of charge regardless of your local police department’s participation in the program, however, they will not have access to the database or the ability to send missing person notifications unless they have enrolled. Please contact your local police department or municipality and ask them to partner with ID Me 911 to keep your loved ones safe.
Your peace of mind is just as important as their safety.
Meet our Team
Steve MacNeal is the founder and developer of ID Me 911, LLC. Steve earned his Associates in Applied Science Degree in Criminal Justice from Finger Lakes Community College. He has been a Police Officer since 1998 and currently serves the rural community in the Town of Macedon, New York. In 2014, Steve realized the need for a database to serve the needs of individuals who have a tendency to wander and have a difficult time communicating with Law Enforcement. That concept evolved into a comprehensive, searchable database and missing person notification system.
Director of Operations
Tyler MacNeal graduated from SUNY Brockport with a Bachelors Degree in Criminal Justice. She began working for the local police department as the Confidential Secretary in 2010. Five years later she became a police officer. During that time she volunteered in her local fire department as an interior firefighter and is currently a member of the auxiliary. Tyler currently runs the family pizzeria and manages the daily operations of ID ME 911.
What our Users Say
I love the peace of mind IDMe911 provides for my family!
– Jamie Sonneville
In February 2014, First Responders were called to a rural location in Wayne County, New York for the report of a child “trapped” on the ice. Upon arrival, Law Enforcement Officers learned the child was not trapped on the ice, however, he was playing on a frozen creek bed, placing himself in a dangerous situation.