Miller Toyota and Comcast to Host “SafeAssured Event” at Dealership

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Families are invited to a fun and informative training session on how to help law enforcement in the event of a family emergency.

Miller Toyota and Comcast are joining together to provide families with informative training during the SafeAssured event at their used car store located at 8500 Sudley Road in Manassas. Parents will have the opportunity to receive special training from law enforcement in the event of a family emergency. The training session will include taking their child’s fingerprints, digital photographs and streaming video on a mini-CD. While parents are being trained on vital information, children will enjoy their favorite Nickelodeon characters like Spongebob Squarepants and Dora the Explorer.

“Miller Toyota believes in a safe community for everyone,” said Ken Shepherd. “We feel that by bringing this informative training solution to our dealership in a fun atmosphere for all families that it will encourage parents to take advantage of the SafeAssured benefits.”

ABOUT SafeAssured:

SafeAssured Child ID and Senior ID Kits meet and exceed the standards set by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

Unlike other products within the industry, the SafeAssured mini-CD provides a single storehouse of details containing personal identification information essential for location efforts. The mini-CD secures this highly sensitive and private personal data with electronic encryption. The data can only be accessed when the parent/guardian presents the mini-CD to law enforcement. There is NO database stored.

The SafeAssured privacy-protected mini-CD offers a single repository of important information:

  •     All ten electronically imaged fingerprints
  •     Digital photograph
  •     Streaming video showing mannerisms and gait with linked audio file providing the child's voice inflection and accent.
  •     Private information (general physical description, street address, date of birth, life-threatening medical conditions, identifying scars or marks, and tattoos)
  •     Ability to create missing person poster from the mini-CD

Families also receive a full-color photo data card and a Parents' Guidebook with prevention tips, written in conjunction with the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.

For more information, log on to today of visit them at 8500 Sudley Road in Manassas.

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