Special Needs Reunification Program

The Beaumont Police Department has partnered with the Riverside County Sheriff Department on their Special Needs Reunification Program or (SNRP). The program is designed to assist in the timely reunification of loved ones who may become displaced from their homes, the program can provide law enforcement crucial information about the registered person even before we arrive at their residence. 

Individuals with Autism, Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease and Down Syndrome are examples of members of our community who might benefit from this registry. The registry will assist law enforcement personnel by providing critical information including emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions and photographs. An individual’s communication abilities, routines, behaviors and other helpful information also may be entered to assist law enforcement. 

Information provided should be updated on an annual basis, so that your registration can be kept current and active.  Participation is voluntary, but is a great tool to assist law enforcement with information that can help to quickly identify a lost or displaced loved one and assist in reunification.

If you don't have internet access or are unable to enroll your loved one via the online enrollment form, feel free to come into our lobby, during regular business hours and our Support Services Specialists can assist with your enrollment.

To enroll in the program, click here.

Click the image below to view a video about the SNRP program:

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