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Safe Return

A child diagnosed with autism is more likely to wander and is at risk of being stopped by police because of this behavior.

Darla Farmer, Founder of Hope For Three, saw a need to assist families and law enforcement with tracking and recovering missing individuals on the spectrum. When concerns were voiced to Doug Brinkley, Chief of Police, Sugar Land Police Department, he came up with the perfect solution – the Safe Return Program!

The Safe Return Program was created by the Sugar Land Police department in efforts to assist law enforcement who encounter individuals within the special needs community. Registering with the Sugar Land Police Departments Safe Return Program, allows first responders access to critical information designed to help safely reunite families of registered participants. The registry is free and voluntary, but the form must be sent annually.

Eligibility includes:

  • Participant, or guardian, is a resident of the City of Sugar Land
  • The participant attends school, daycare, or assisted living within the Sugar Land Police department jurisdiction
  • A participant may be unable to communicate basic personal information due to a diagnosed medical disorder
  • Participant is prone to wander or run away, from guardians, residence, or school, due to a diagnosed medical disorder

Guardians voluntarily submit a completed application and photo with required medical information.

To learn more about Safe Return or, begin the registration process, click HERE.

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11104 W. Airport Blvd, Ste 100 Stafford, TX 77477
Phone: (800)317-0787
Hope For Three is a local 501c3 nonprofit and autism advocacy group providing resources and support to families living with autism spectrum disorder.