Should I Fingerprint My Child?
Lewisville Attorney Provides Information about Child Safety
A staple of every cop show, the use of fingerprints or DNA evidence to catch criminals is well known. But did you know that there is a move afoot to gather the same information from America's children?
The availability of photographs, fingerprints, and DNA samples can make all the difference in cases where a child has been lost or even kidnapped. To ensure that this information is readily available, the National Child Identification Program has created an ID kit that allows parents to take their own child's fingerprints and even collect their DNA by means of a mouth swab. These kits are available for a small fee from the National Child Identification Program's website (http://www.childidprogram.com/) or through distributions being made by the American Football Coaches Association throughout the country.
Don't wait until it's too late to collect this valuable information.
If your child has been hurt in an accident, please contact a Lewisville child injury lawyer at Steele Law, P.C.