Operation Kidsafe and Mark's Casa Auto Group are proud to announce: 3 Permanent Fingerprint Station Locations for Child Safety staying in Albuquerque. Specialized digital imagery equipment will now stay in your area every day!


Mark's Casa Auto Group has joined forces with Operation Kid Safe, a nation wide system to protect kids, young adults, special needs children, and the elderly. Visit any of Mark's locations to receive your FREE Kidsafe Document.


Where

Mark Mitsubishi

7100 Lomas Blvd NE
505-880-8000
Directions

Mark's Casa Chrysler Jeep Mitsubishi

9733 Coors Blvd NW
505-897-8400
Directions

Mark's Casa Chevrolet

7201 Lomas Blvd NE
505-262-8600
Directions

How it Works

Kidsafe Design

The Operation Kidsafe system, procedure and layout were developed using consultants from the FBI, Police Officials and fingerprinting experts. Using the latest all digital systems we capture the fingerprints of each hand along with a full digital head and shoulder photograph. The above information is then printed on hard copy and handed to parent for safe keeping. There is an area on the document for parents to update with a current photo.

Emergency Use of KidSafe Document

Should a child become lost, or even worse, kidnapped, the parent would call 911 and let law enforcement know they have an Operation Kidsafe document. The Police Department will know how to handle it from there. Don't forget that the focus of this event is education. With the Operation Kidsafe safety tips, children can avoid many compromising situations. It is the perfect time for parents to cover these tips with their children and start a family safety action plan.

Free event & what to bring

As long as the child is with a trusted adult, Operation Kidsafe will provide the service FREE to every family. Don't miss your local event, this service can only be done on site. Just bring the kids, grandchildren or your entire school! Operation Kidsafe events are fun and free for everyone who attends.

No Data Basing

The only record of the visit goes home with the family. The parents get the 8 1/2x11 print out with the child's fingerprints and photo. This document would make it very simple for the authorities to publish (as they deem necessary) for distribution and entry into the National Crime Computer.






All children 1 year and older and special needs adults are encouraged to attend.

Special thanks to great local businesses and organizations that are helping with this important program.
The entire community has come together to help educate and safe guard Albuquerque area children.