We have made it super easy to cancel FBI Child ID subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "Federal Bureau of Investigation" (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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Every year, thousands of children go missing. The FBI’s Child ID App can help. This free app provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and vital information about your children so that it’s all at hand if you need it. You can show the pictures and provide physical identifiers like height and weight to security or police officers on the spot. Using a special tab on the app, you can also quickly and easily e-mail the information to authorities with just a few clicks. The app includes tips on keeping children safe, as well as specific guidance on what to do in the first 48 crucial hours after a child goes missing. Links to additional resources for families and victims are also provided. Please be assured that no information on your child will be collected or stored by the FBI unless you provide it during an emergency. Warning: If you downloaded an earlier version of the FBI Child ID app (all versions released prior to 2015), any photos and/or information you previously entered will be lost when installing this update. Child ID Highlights: New Features: - Include a default e-mail address for your local police department. - Auto-populate addresses and phone numbers across profiles. - Add photos for identifying characteristics (birthmarks, scars, etc.). - Set and send your phone’s location as your child’s last known location. - iPhone/iPad/iPod compatible Organize Your Child’s Information - Create as many child profiles as you need. - Use your phone camera and photo library to take and upload photos of each child. - Add and update key identifying information. Know What To Do - Get safety tips on keeping your child out of harm’s way. - Learn what to do in first few critical hours after a child goes missing. - Visit additional links with resources for families and victims. Get Information to Authorities in an Emergency - Quickly call 911 or the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children. - E-mail your child’s pictures and information to authorities. - Show identifying information to security or law enforcement officers on the spot.
A voiceprint would be a nice addition.
I read the reviews and almost didn't install this. First off, any way a parent can consolidate all their children's info into one place that is obviously handy is a 5 for me. There are now fields that address specific characteristics as well as a comment field. It may seem elementary, however, in an emergency situation, that is what we resort to. Something simple is what is needed. Something that can easily be communicated with the critical information at your fingertips. If nothing else, it encourages you to take a recent photo. I haven't looked too far into this, but I am assuming that you can take updated pictures of the child. Which as stated by authorities is one of thee most important things needed to help locate your child. One update I would like to see, is an option to set a reminder to update your child's photo throughout the year. We all lead busy lives, and download many apps...this one is important and should have a reminder. As far as kids playing on our iPhones...yes they do, but just tuck this app into "Mommy's" folder...not on the little ones game page!! Problem solved! Thanks for creating an app that will help us help you!
I love this app, it is a great use for the iPhone and other devices. I think a great improvement would be to add a tab for entering notes about the authorities that may be handling the case, so you have one place to go to for all things about the child's case. Also making the text and number fields more user friendly would be nice. The boxes should default to capital letters and some fields could be defaulted to numbers. Otherwise this app is spot on for the FBIs first app. It is about time the government did something right!!
I give 5 stars for the idea, I agree though that some enhancements are in order - a password or pin, the ability to store SSN, Fingerprint image/ file, field specific for health/ medical concerns, and the ability to store "family" data, so you don't have to enter addresses, phone numbers and guardians for each child. Love it!!! Provides a little more piece of mind and methodical checklist on what to do, to help you through a scary time when you won't be thinking clearly.
I was able to enter my info in the guardian 1 section, but when I went to put my husband in the guardian 2 section, the iPhone keyboard was in the way. The app would not scroll any further while the keyboard was up. I could only enter his name and phone number. No address, and also nothing in the last comment box under guardian 2. Would really like to complete the info, so please address this. And, as many have already stated, more pic uploads would be greatly appreciated. Otherwise, great app. Hope I never need it, but glad to have it.
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