If your child were to go missing, having a current picture and their fingerprints can help get them rescued faster.
An Augusta County Moose Lodge is helping parents make sure they're prepared for those emergencies.
Using special computers built by the Department of Justice, Moose Lodges across the state are working with law enforcement to make sure children and the elderly are safe.
The computers record fingerprints without ink and copy them to a cd for families to have in case of an emergency.
On Saturday, the Verona Moose Lodge partnered with the Augusta County Sheriffs Department and Staunton Police.
"There's enough room out here for everybody to catch these predators. We'll team up with anybody and everybody we can to help get these bad guys," said Moose member Eddie Worth.
If you missed the event, the group is planning to come through The Valley again in a couple months.
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