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This group is a way to help those families out there who are looking for children that are missing for one reason or another. Please take time to look at the pics. You might recognize someone. You can also see pics at my myspace site..........................http://www.myspace.com/safegmgreen.......................
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Child Identification: What Parents/Guardians Should Know
Photo Identification (ID)
Families should have current photographs of their children.
Dentition
Dental X-rays, professional dental charting, and bite impressions (tooth prints) are all useful in making identifications but will not help to find a missing child. Parents and guardians should update dental charts every 2 years until children are 18. Parents and guardians may also choose to have bite impressions made using Styrofoam®.
Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA)
DNA is a key element of what families should have on hand for their children's identification. No one should store DNA except parents and guardians.
Fingerprints
Fingerprints are used for identification. They should be taken by a trained professional. Only parents or guardians should store these items or test results of their children.
Medical Reports
Medical records such as X-rays, permanent scars, blemishes, birthmarks, or broken bones can be helpful in identifying a recovered child.