The Halton Regional Police Service's Project Lifesaver program helps locate wandering and disoriented persons using radio technology.

Who is eligible for Project Lifesaver?

Project Lifesaver helps protect Halton residents who:

  • Have a history of wandering; or
  • A physician indicates may wander due to a cognitive disability or impairment.

How does Project Lifesaver work?

Participants wear a wristband that emits a signal, every second, 24-hours a day.

When a caregiver tells police that a client or loved one is missing, trained police officers use Project Lifesaver equipment to search for and locate them. With Project Lifesaver, searches last about 30 minutes.

Cost of Project Lifesaver

There is an initial fee to enroll and a monthly fee.

More details can be found in our Project Lifesaver Fact Sheet.

Contact Information

To learn more and register for Project Lifesaver, contact:
HRPS Victim Services Unit
Phone: 905-825-4747 ext. 5239
Email: projectlifesaver@haltonpolice.ca