Halton Regional Police Service
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Project Lifesaver device

Project Lifesaver

What is Project Lifesaver Halton?

The Halton Regional Police’s Project Lifesaver program combines radio technology with a coordinated police response to assist in locating wandering and disoriented loved ones.

Participants in the Project Lifesaver Halton program wear a personalized wristband that emits a locating signal. The wristband is a one ounce, battery-operated wrist transmitter emitting an FM radio frequency-based signal that emits a signal every second, 24 hours a day. When a caregiver tells their local police service that a client has gone missing, trained police officers will use Project Lifesaver equipment to search for and locate the missing person.

  • Time it takes to find missing people with Project Lifesaver average 30 minutes — 95% less time than without.

There is a start-up fee to join the program as well as a monthly cost to maintain the equipment.

Contact Us

For more information, or to register for Project Lifesaver Halton, contact:

Victim Services Unit
905-825-4747 Ext. 5239 or projectlifesaver@haltonpolice.ca

For more information view the factsheet.