The Edison Police Department is pleased to better support those with disabilities who may need extra help communicating in an emergency situation by implementing the Safe and Sound Program.
This program is designed to assist individuals who may have trouble communicating such as individuals with Autism, Down Syndrome and other developmental or cognitive disabilities. It is also intended for citizens who suffer from Dementia or Alzheimer's.
The Safe and Sound Program allows for the rapid identification and safe return of citizens who are unable to adequately communicate vital information about themselves to any Edison Police Officer.
Information on those who are registered in this program, including a picture of the registrant is placed in a secured database that Officers can access via computers in their patrol cars and also in centralized dispatch. This information is available 24/7.
With the information at hand, the Officers can appropriately assist the person and get them, home quickly to their loved ones.
Enrollment is free, quick and easy.Contact Officer Keith Jackson Safe and Sound program coordinator at 732-404-8674.
If you have information about a crime, call the Edison Crime Stoppers TIPS line. Speak clearly and be as specific as possible. Accurate descriptions of events and suspects, including names, dates, times, and locations will help us to investigate your tip.
All Calls Will Remain Confidential Your message may be anonymous
Fingerprinting services are available for Edison residents for a fee of $12.00 for 2 cards, $5.00 each additional card. Proof of residency required. There are no fingerprinting services for non-residents.
Due to INS regulations, fingerprinting for immigration can not be done by the Edison Police. You can call the INS toll-free at 1-800-755-0777 to locate an INS office near you.
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