AlaSafe.gov is a free and secure government website designed to allow family members and caregivers of individuals with various forms of dementia the ability to provide information about their loved ones to authorized Alabama law enforcement officials in the event their loved one wanders or becomes lost.
AlaSafe.gov is a project of the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center, the Alabama state agency which connects local, state and federal law enforcement agencies to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and to law enforcement in all 50 states via Nlets, the International Justice and Public Safety Network.
To register someone or if you would like more information please visit Alasafe.gov.
You will also need the following information before registering someone:
- First Name
- Last Name
- Address (Street Address, City, State, Zip, and County)
- Date of Birth
- Eye Color
- Hair Color
- Language(s) spoken
- A digital picture of the patient (no larger than 4MB)
The following is not required but would be helpful
- Social Security Number or Driver’s License Number
- Distinguishing moles, scars, birthmarks, or tattoos
- Behavioral characteristics
- Information which might assist in approaching the patient
- History of wandering (where found, etc.)
- Strong/past memories of individuals, occurrences, events, names, military units, childhood events, etc.
- Mental health
- Physical health
- Medical conditions which might require attention
- Allergies to food, medication, etc.
- Doctor name(s) and number(s)
- Pharmacist name(s) and number(s)
- Name and dosage information for critical medications
- Insurance information, including policy numbers
- Medicare number
- Medical program information (EPI, Project Livesaver, Safe Return)