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BHPD Special Needs Registry

The Brooklyn Heights Police Special Needs Registry is a voluntary registry of individuals with special needs who may come into contact with the police department. The goal of the program is to give police quick access to information about registered individuals in an emergency situation or in the event they wander away from a safe environment.
Who is considered special needs?
Individuals diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Individuals diagnosed with Dementia or Alzheimer's who may be prone to wandering.
Individuals with cognitive or mental health impairments.
Eligible individuals need only to complete the attached form and return it to the Brooklyn Heights Police Department. Forms are available through the link below, by stopping by the police station, or calling the police office at 216-741-1327.
To download and print the form, click the link below:
The department's mission is to ensure the safety and well-being of the residents of Brooklyn Heights. This Special Needs Registry is strongly encouraged for all individuals who have special needs .
For more information on this service call 216-741-1327.
Police recommend that those residents that are using the registry should review their registration annually and update pictures and other information as needed.
Thank you to the Chief and BHPD for offering this program!