Take Me Home

Take Me Home is a voluntary enrollment program for individuals of all ages challenged by disabilities that impede effective communication.
Assistance may be required if deputies find a person who:
  • Is unable to speak or properly identify themselves
  • Becomes disoriented
  • Acts in a manner that could be misinterpreted by first responders.
 
Enrollment requires a current digital picture, physical description, and caregiver contact information. Once the individual is enrolled in Take Me Home, a deputy can search by name or by the person’s physical description.
 

Program Criteria

  • Voluntary and free
  • Must submit two digital photos every two years
  • Enrollee must have a point of contact or guardian
  • Enrollee must have a medical condition or developmental issues which impede effective communication
  • All information is kept confidential

To enroll, please contact the Crime Prevention and Community Awareness Unit: 727-582-2222 .

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