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SAFE Program

What is the SAFE Program?

The SAFE Program is a means for allowing better communication between Liberty County Emergency Responders and residents with special needs, or other disabilities, regarding critical information before an emergency occurs.

Who should enroll?

Any resident with a disability or special need such as:

– Autism – Down Syndrome – Alzheimer’s Disease – Deaf/Blind – Other communication disorders – Other mental disabilities/limitations

How does it work?

When residents enroll in the program our dispatchers input critical information into the emergency system, and families place SAFE decals on their homes and vehicles. Should an emergency arise, first responders see the sticker, and know to approach with extra care. The Sheriff’s Office, EMS, and Fire can access the information provided by the family helping to ensure a positive, safe experience for all involved.

How to enroll?

Once the enrollment is complete, email your form and a picture of your loved one to [email protected]

Decals will be mailed to residents; one for a home entry point, and two for vehicles. Vehicle stickers should be placed on the driver side rear window.

Halloween Trunk or Treat

The trunk or treat is an annual event hosted by the Liberty County Sheriff’s Office held at the Liberty County football field. Each year many volunteers and vendors will join together for a free, fun-filled evening of trunk or treating. This event helps members of our community have a safe place for Halloween fun.