Project Lifesaver in Marion County
Project Lifesaver: Overview
The Marion County Sheriff's Office and the Marion County Search and Rescue Teams are part of Project Lifesaver International (“PLI”), a program designed for individuals suffering from developmental or dementia-type disorders that are prone to wander. PLI provides a tool to help us find and rescue missing loved ones.
Project Lifesaver: How it Works
Program participants wear a personalized bracelet which emits a tracking signal on an individualized FM radio frequency. Each participant's bracelet transmitter is assigned a radio frequency that is unique both to them and to their geographical area.
When a Project Lifesaver participant is determined to be missing, a caregiver will contact the Sheriff's Office via 911. Trained deputies will immediately respond to search for the missing person using PLI’s radio-frequency tracking equipment.
Project Lifesaver: Who Qualifies?
In order to qualify, the participant must:
In order to participate, caregivers must agree to:
For additional information, to determine the cost and sign up, please visit www.projectlifesaver.org.
Project Lifesaver: Donations
There are costs associated with participating in the Project Lifesaver Program. Donations are needed to supply bracelets and support for those who do not have the financial resources to participate, but need to be protected.
To find out how you or your organization can donate to Marion County’s Project Lifesaver program, please contact our Project Lifesaver Coordinator at 503-588-7981.
Project Lifesaver: Contact Information
For more information or to sign up for Project Lifesaver at the Marion County Sheriff's Office, please contact our Project Lifesaver Coordinator, Janet Paul, at 503-588-7981 or email@example.com.