The FBI located in Minneapolis has developed a community spirit with its Minneapolis Division Community Outreach Program. The Community Outreach Program links Minnesotans with Federal Law Enforcement so they can access information regarding safety issues and crime statistics. This program has successfully initiated a number of programs during the last year helping to keep Minnesotans safe and aware of crime.
In its Community Outreach Program the FBI has created a Child Safety and Identification Kit that includes safety instructions, child description information, and fingerprinting kit that will help in an emergency such as a missing child, abductions, and parental kidnapping. Schools, businesses and parents are encouraged to request these kits as preventative measures in keeping their children safe.
In addition, the Minneapolis Division of the FBI receives hundreds of requests for information, speeches and presentations. They are ready and willing to present information regarding Terrorism, Crimes Against Children, Internet Safety, Identity Theft, and International/Domestic Security, and much more. You can contact them by calling (612) 376-3200 or visit their web site.
What a great opportunity for all Minnesotans to work hand in hand with not only local law enforcement but also federal law enforcement agencies to keep our children safe.