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Below is a Free Do It Yourself Child ID& DNA Kit. It is simple and easy to use, just print it out and follow the directions. You might want to print several copies and practice to make sure you get clear fingerprints.
One of the most important precautions a parent can do is have some way of identifying their child should the child be kidnapped. Be sure you keep the most recent photo attached to the ID card. Also follow the directions below to collect a DNA sample of your child. Take the time to print out the forms below and fill one out for each child. This will help law enforcement officials find your child easier and faster.
Child ID & DNA Kit
|Attach Most Recent Photo
Please remember to have
photographs of your
children taken three to
four times a year.
|Place your child's hair
sample here. Include
25 to 50 strands with
root attached. Collect
them using a clean
hairbrush. Seal them
in a plastic bag and
tape them here.
City, State, Zip:_______________________________
Home Phone Number:_________________________
Alternative Phone Number:_____________________
Date of Birth:_______________ Gender:__________
Hair Color:_____________ Eye Color:_____________
Other Recognizable Characteristics:_______________
(example - glasses, birthmarks, etc.)
Other Disease or Illness:________________________
Fingerprints remain one of a parent's best resources for helping authorities identify their child. As long as the child's fingers remain unaltered by scars or other unnatural obstructions, regardless of age, fingerprint patterns will stay the same.
Follow our easy-to-use instructions for fingerprinting your child below.
Instructions for receiving the best results:
1) Use high quality stock paper or cardboard
2) Practice on scrap pieces of paper
3) Hold childs finger and guide them through the process
4) Lightly press down on ink pad or strip
5) Gently press the top of their finger down on the corresponding finger chart.
*Note: often parents try to help their children roll their fingers. However, understand that the most important aspect of the fingerprint is that it is clear and not smudged.
6) Allow fingerprints to dry in a safe place.
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