When a child is abducted, time is of the essence.
Law enforcers need an accurate photo and physical description of an abducted child to conduct a search correctly, and the sooner they have it, the better. But JuliAnna Wynne knows how difficult and emotional such a situation can be for parents.
School visitor management refers to the gathering of information from visitors and then tracking their whereabouts within the school. The purpose is to document the information and limit visitor access to only persons who have a need to be there. There are different methods for documenting this information including manual logs and computerized systems. For many schools, this process is manual and consists of a clipboard and hand written visitor stickers.
Yates Mill Elementary parent Marilyn Shultz was recognized by Ident-A-Kid Services of America as the winner of the company’s 25th anniversary sweepstakes. Shultz was chosen from nearly 25,000 entries as the winner of an education and entertainment center. Ident-A-Kid presented Shultz and her son Ryan the grand prize check of $2,500. Ident-A-Kid is known as a provider of child identification cards that include the child’s photo and fingerprints.
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Most parents know their child's age, and the color of their hair and eyes. But many are guessing when it comes to specific height and weight, and those details -- along with a current photograph -- can be critical when trying to locate a missing child.
A nationwide company called Ident-A-Kid Services of America was at Bible Baptist School in Shiremanstown to help parents compile that vital information.
Recently one of our own Ident-A-Kid Program Directors, Barbara Sandler was granted a radio interview in which Ident-A-Kid cards and the new eKid-ID were discussed as well as various stories about how our product has helped to find many missing and lost children.
By March 1, 2011, the Burke County Public Schools System will introduce a Visitor Management System at each of their schools and central office facility. The vendor selected is the award winning Complete Campus Security Solution (CCSS). CCSS is easy-to-use visitor management software designed to run in kiosk mode. CCSS software improves visitor control on school campuses by data basing all visitors' pertinent information, including a photo for positive ID. It also prints a custom label that all visitors wear.
(St. Petersburg, FL – April 11, 2011) -- Ident-A-Kid Services of America, Inc., celebrates 25 years of helping keep kids safe. What started in 1986 as a laminated Polaroid photo identification card with a messy ink fingerprint has evolved into a digital ID available in both traditional form and new in electronic form sent to a cell phone (called eKid-ID). Ident-A-Kid’s services are still as important today as they were 25 years ago because every day over 2,100 children are reported missing and only 3% of parents carry a current photo of their child with them.
Norwalk, CT - December 6, 2010 - Readers of District Administration are the top public school administrators in the country, and they know from experience what works and what does not work within their districts. As part of its annual award program, District Administration asked its readers to nominate the hardware, software, books, materials, web sites, or facilities products that have made a positive difference in their districts in 2010. Ident-A-Kid’s Complete Campus Security Solution (CCSS) was selected as one of the winning products.
Carteret County Public School System officials are improving school campus security by putting a visitor management system in place in all schools. Called Complete Campus Security Solution (CCSS), the system improves security by having all visitors to school campuses check in and out through a computer. Provided by Ident-A-Kid Services of America, the computer software has a database of visitors’ pertinent information and notes individuals allowed to check in and check out students.