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NO COST TO FAMILIES

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.

Families and Caretakers

 

We use technology and a database custom built especially for ID Me 911 to assist Law Enforcement locate missing persons. ID Me 911 offers a database for families to register their loved ones. Whether it’s a child, elderly parent with Dementia, or someone with an intellectual disability, it is FREE to register them utilizing our comprehensive registration form and database. In the event a loved one is reported missing to Law Enforcement, responding officers can utilize the database to send INSTANT missing person notifications to other Law Enforcement users*. This information is sent much like an AMBER Alert but without the restrictions.

 

Law Enforcement

 

Law Enforcement can also use the database to help identify an individual they have encountered who is unable to communicate with them about their identity or address. 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.

 

 

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.

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What our Users Say

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About Us

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.

The child displayed characteristics commonly found on the Autism Spectrum. The First Responder’s lights, sirens, and chaos of the unfolding event caused the child to have a difficult time communicating about his name, where he lived, or his parent’s names. Fortunately, first responders were able to locate the child’s parents and return him home, uninjured, without much delay. A short time later, the concept of ID Me 911 was born. During the research and development phase of the program, we recognized the definite need for the ID Me 911 program. Our development team was selected based on their dedication to public safety and public service, their technical knowledge, their personal experiences with those who will directly benefit from ID Me 911. Our team shares over 60 years of dedicated service to their community. ID Me 911 is the result of hours, days, weeks, and years of learning and dissecting the needs of not only Law Enforcement and individuals with intellectual disabilities, but also the families and caregivers of those individuals. ID Me 911, started as a simple concept: create a searchable database for Law Enforcement to use when encountering an individual with an intellectual disability who may not be able to communicate with them. The concept quickly developed into many efficient, time-saving tools that can be used by Law Enforcement. In addition to having access to the search database, Law Enforcement can use the program to send instant missing person notifications to other ID Me 911 users. ID Me 911 also assists families to provide accurate, up to date information about a loved one to Law Enforcement during a potentially stressful time they may encounter when filing a missing person report. Our development team decided to make ID Me 911 available to anyone, not just those with intellectual disabilities. In addition to the search and notification capabilities, ID Me 911 also provides mapping software to Public Safety officials. Our mapping software allows those responsible for notifications and evacuations during critical emergency situations to locate individuals who may need additional care or notification efforts. There is no cost to families who participate in the ID Me 911 program. To learn more about the program and how it works, please read the “How it Works” section. “MINUTES SAVE LIVES. WE SAVE MINUTES.”
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Home Safety Inspection

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Meet our Team

Steve MacNeal

Steve MacNeal

Owner

stevem@idme911.com

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.

Tyler MacNeal

Tyler MacNeal

Director of Operations

tylerm@idme911.com

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.

Security

All data is completely secured. Only Authorized Law Enforcement Users can access the data.

Policies

Public User

All data and information entered and furnished to ID Me 911, LLC is voluntary.  All data and information becomes property of ID Me 911, LLC.  ID Me 911, LLC utilizes a third-party data storage company, Caspio.  All data and information is stored and transmitted utilizing Caspio. Data and information is transmitted to Law Enforcement users utilizing additional third-party vendors.  All third-party vendors are subject to change without notice.  Data and information will not be shared or sold to commercial vendors who are not engaged in the operation of ID Me 911, LLC.  Data and information may be shared with Law Enforcement for the purposes of conducting missing person investigations.  Data and information will not be shared with Law Enforcement for the purposes rendering aid with criminal investigations.  ID Me 911, LLC reserves the right to restrict or prohibit access to the database for any reason.  ID Me 911, LLC is not responsible for delays in processing or transmitting data or information due to scheduled maintenance or unexpected technical difficulties.  ID Me 911, LLC is an additional resource for Law Enforcement while investigating missing persons and does not replace contemporary or required investigative procedures.  ID Me 911, LLC is a third-party vendor to Law Enforcement agencies and not directly affiliated with said agency.

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Law Enforcement

All data and information entered and furnished to ID Me 911, LLC is voluntary.  All data and information becomes property of ID Me 911, LLC.  ID Me 911, LLC utilizes a third-party data storage company, Caspio. All data and information is stored and transmitted utilizing Caspio.  Data and information is transmitted to Law Enforcement users utilizing additional third-party vendors.  All third-party vendors are subject to change without notice.  Data and information will not be shared or sold to commercial vendors who are not engaged in the operation of ID Me 911, LLC.  Data and information will not be utilized by Law Enforcement for the purposes rendering aid with criminal investigations.  Law Enforcement users are prohibited from sharing user names and passwords with others including Law Enforcement agencies.  ID Me 911, LLC reserves the right to restrict or prohibit access to the database for any reason.  ID Me 911, LLC is not responsible for delays in processing or transmitting data or information due to scheduled maintenance or unexpected technical difficulties.  ID Me 911, LLC is an additional resource for Law Enforcement while investigating missing persons and does not replace contemporary or required investigative procedures.  ID Me 911, LLC is a third-party vendor to Law Enforcement agencies and not directly affiliated with said agency.

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