Kansas AG Office To Hand Out Child ID Kits
People from the Kansas Attorney General’s office will be at the Kechi Fair Saturday to talk about identity theft and child safety.
Representatives from Attorney General Derek Schmidt’s office will hand out free child identification kits at the fair. The kits allow parents to keep a child’s records on hand, such as fingerprints, height and weight, and a current photo. There is also a a place to record important medical information, and each kit comes with a swab to take a DNA sample. Law enforcement can use the identity kits to find missing children more quickly.
The AG's office will also be discussing consumer protection and how avoid falling for scams and identity theft. More than 4200 consumer protection cases were reported in Kansas in 2014.
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