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R.E.V.A.M.P. Duval

March 09, 2023
The City of Jacksonville Emergency Preparedness Division, in partnership with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office and the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, have created a new voluntary registry, R.E.V.A.M.P. Duval. R.E.V.A.M.P. Duval, is the Registry for Endangered, Vulnerable, and Missing Persons within Duval County.
This secure registry allows caregivers to register those in their care with cognitive, memory impairment, or sensory disabilities who may be prone to wandering off.
First responders will utilize the information caregivers, and loved ones provide to aid in search and rescue efforts. Having access to vital information, such as photos, frequently visited locations, critical medical conditions, and communication needs, allows first responders to better assist the missing individual.

R.E.V.A.M.P. Duval is intended for individuals with cognitive, memory impairment, or sensory disabilities, such as, but not limited to, Alzheimer’s and Autism. These individuals may be at risk for wandering off and become disoriented to time and place, requiring assistance from emergency responders to be returned safely home.

If your loved one were to wander off, furnishing vital information to first responders is time sensitive. Registering this information Just- In- Case will give you peace of mind and allow you one less worry should the worst happen. 

The information entered in the registry becomes available to police and fire personnel during response efforts. This provides responders with important context about any behaviors, critical medical conditions, and the best method of approaching the individual when searching for them.

If you care for someone, or have a loved one who may benefit from being registered in R.E.V.A.M.P. Duval, visit JaxReady.com/REVAMP or call 904-255-3172 for more information.