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Posted on: February 4, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Safe Watch Program

The Chelmsford Police Department is committed to the safety of all of our residents. We recognize that there are members of our community who may have conditions that cause them to wander, be unsafe, or pose a danger, either to themselves or to others. The Chelmsford Police Department is working to identify those individuals and their caretakers in order to respond to crisis situations in a knowledgeable manner so that the proper steps are taken to ensure the safety of the individual and those around. Whether the person wanders, becomes separated from a caretaker, or poses a danger, the Chelmsford Police Department is committed to using the proper techniques to ensure a positive outcome. Family members, caretakers, and friends are encouraged to make use of this program by completing the form and meeting with Officer Brian Ubele to discuss the specifics of the form so that the most accurate information is available. This is a free, voluntary, and confidential program that is designed to better equip emergency personnel when responding to a crisis situation. The information is not for general release. Forms are available in the lobby of the Chelmsford Police Department and on the Chelmsford Police Website. For general questions or concern, please contact Officer Brian Ubele at 978-256-2521 x262 or  

Safe Watch Program Form
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