Help police with time-sensitive recovery tool

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

What could Masons and Amber Alerts possibly have in common? MASONICh. I. P.

Hamilton Masons will be on hand to further the safety of area children during Ancaster Fall Fair, Sept. 25-27.

No parent wants to believe the unimaginable could happen, but nearly 55 children are reported missing to Ontario police every day. Sponsored by the Grand Lodge A. F.&A. M. of Canada, the MASONICh. I. P Program consists of five major components –digital photographs, digital video, digital fingerprints, vital child information and a dental bite impression or intra oral swab for DNA. The photographs, video, fingerprints, and child data are burned onto a C. D. that is compatible with Amber Alert. The dental impression provides a virtual diagram of the child’s biting surface. Combined, this process provides a dramatic, time-sensitive recovery tool for authorities.

Help police with time-sensitive recovery tool

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

What could Masons and Amber Alerts possibly have in common? MASONICh. I. P.

Hamilton Masons will be on hand to further the safety of area children during Ancaster Fall Fair, Sept. 25-27.

No parent wants to believe the unimaginable could happen, but nearly 55 children are reported missing to Ontario police every day. Sponsored by the Grand Lodge A. F.&A. M. of Canada, the MASONICh. I. P Program consists of five major components –digital photographs, digital video, digital fingerprints, vital child information and a dental bite impression or intra oral swab for DNA. The photographs, video, fingerprints, and child data are burned onto a C. D. that is compatible with Amber Alert. The dental impression provides a virtual diagram of the child’s biting surface. Combined, this process provides a dramatic, time-sensitive recovery tool for authorities.

Help police with time-sensitive recovery tool

News Sep 25, 2009 Ancaster News

What could Masons and Amber Alerts possibly have in common? MASONICh. I. P.

Hamilton Masons will be on hand to further the safety of area children during Ancaster Fall Fair, Sept. 25-27.

No parent wants to believe the unimaginable could happen, but nearly 55 children are reported missing to Ontario police every day. Sponsored by the Grand Lodge A. F.&A. M. of Canada, the MASONICh. I. P Program consists of five major components –digital photographs, digital video, digital fingerprints, vital child information and a dental bite impression or intra oral swab for DNA. The photographs, video, fingerprints, and child data are burned onto a C. D. that is compatible with Amber Alert. The dental impression provides a virtual diagram of the child’s biting surface. Combined, this process provides a dramatic, time-sensitive recovery tool for authorities.