The City of Santa Clarita, along with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and CLEAR Collaborative, invites residents with loved ones with special needs to use the free Santa Clarita Special Needs Registry now available online.
The Santa Clarita Special Needs Registry is a safety tool used by Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Deputies to recognize and respond to local people with special needs. Residents are encouraged to proactively provide information about their loved ones with special needs of any age who may require special assistance in an emergency or an encounter with Sheriff Deputies.
The Special Needs Registry provides deputies with a photograph and description of the person with special needs, contact information for the person’s caregivers and doctors, medical, safety and behavioral concerns, accommodations for interacting and communicating with the person, and information needed to find a missing person or identify someone who is found.
All registered persons in the database will receive two Special Needs Registry Identification Cards in the mail. Enrollment for a special needs person in the registry is available at Santa-Clarita.com/SNR.
For more information about the Santa Clarita Special Needs Registry, contact Andja Bozic at (818) 631-0781 or SNR.SCV@gmail.com.