Project Lifesaver helps save lives and reduce potential injury for adults and children who wander due to:
Other Related Disorders
Each Project Lifesaver participant wears a personalized bracelet that emits a tracking signal, which enables trained rescue personnel to quickly locate them. In the last 18 years over 3,000 searches have been performed with a 100 percent success rate.
A person must:
Be a resident of Chesterfield County
Have a full-time caregiver
Not be allowed to operate a motor vehicle
The police department will provide the radio-operated wrist transmitters.
Participants will be charged a one-time administrative fee of $360.
Once the contract agreement has ended, the transmitter will be returned to the police department.
For more information, visit the Project Lifesaver website or contact Career Officer Matthew W. Rogers by calling 804-318-8549.