The Family Identification Program is designed to give parents a permanent record of their child’s photo, fingerprints, weight and height in a convenient identification card that parents can carry with them at all times.
Family Identification can be done at any local District Police Station in the City of Surrey. Just come in or phone any station to book an appointment with a trained Family Identification Volunteer - it’s that simple. Watch for special Family Identification days held throughout the community at malls, storefronts, special events and local schools.
The Identification card you receive will greatly assist you in street proofing your child. A do-it-yourself DNA kit is also provided. This kit when completed should be kept in a safe place. Remember to update your child’s information regularly.
As your children grow - their height, weight and appearance changes - and so too should your Family Identification card. You can update it yourself, or come back to the Community Police Station to have it updated for you.
Donations are accepted for the Family Identification program. However, no person shall be refused this service. In this day and age, safety is an important factor in all our lives.
Family Identification is designed with your family’s safety in mind. That’s why we ask that you check out your District Police Station’s wide-ranging services that help make your community a safer place in which to live.
Please note that none of the information collected is kept by anyone connected with this program including station volunteers or the police.
For more information on the Surrey RCMP Family I.D. Program contact the Crime Prevention Coordinator in your community.