The Warren County Sheriff’s Office Child Identification Program provides parents/guardians with personal fingerprint identification cards for children ages four and up. Parents of toddler-age children are provided with a special identification packet designed for parental utilization with their child at home.
Child fingerprinting is usually done by our D.A.R.E. (Drug Awareness Resistance Education) Officers during annual community events. Completed child fingerprint cards are given to the parent/guardian of the child and should be kept with the child’s personal records. Dates and times of community child identification events are advertised via local media services. This service is provided to the public free of charge.
For more information regarding our Child Identification Program, contact Lieutenant Robbie Seal at 540–635-4128.