"Silver Alert" Enrollment Fair

Family members of adults with Alzheimer's or dementia can enroll their loved ones in Albuquerque's new "Silver Alert" location program.


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Feb 14, 2012
09:00 AM - 02:00 PM


Barelas Senior Center
714 7th SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102


Albuquerque Police and Senior Affairs departments have created a new program to help quickly find Alzheimer's or dementia patients who go missing.

The program, "Silver Alert," will assist police, the media and the public in finding missing loved ones who may not be aware of their surroundings.

How it Works

When someone suffering from Alzheimer's or dementia goes missing, the Albuquerque Police Department will issue a Silver Alert. In doing so, Albuquerque Police Department will alert the local media that someone is missing and provide a photograph and information about the missing person. An alert will also appear on electronic bulletin boards and on Albuquerque Police Department social media pages.

The alert can be issued within minutes of a person being reported missing.


Enrollment The Police Department and the Department of Senior Affairs will be giving out jump drives with the loved ones information and photograph on it. The drive is then given to family members.

In the event the family member with Alzheimer's or dementia is missing, family members can provide the USB drive to responding police officers.

The USB drive will help Albuquerque Police Department quickly get the information out to the public.

To get a jump drive, come to the Barela's Senior Center on Feb. 14, 2012. Afterwards people can make an appointment by calling Senior Affairs




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TJ Wilham