'Aid to Locate' initiative launched by States of Jersey Police and JAA

'Aid to Locate' is a new initiative which is being launched by States of Jersey Police in conjunction with Jersey Alzheimer's Association.

Attached is an Aid to Locate document which when filled in contains information intended to assist care workers, family members, the Police and partner agencies if a vulnerable person is reported missing.

You are invited to complete as much of the document as you can. Do not worry if some of the sections do not apply to you.

Please then keep the information in a safe place where it can be accessed quickly at any time of the day should it be needed.

It may be helpful to make several copies to give to carers or family members.

When completed the form will contain personal information and should be kept safely to protect your privacy. However, sharing the information with professionals, including the Police, in the event that you are reported missing will be very important in protecting you.

Paper copies of the form are available in our Drop-in/Office in Hilgrove Street, St Helier. Do ring 01534 723519 if you would like us to send you a copy of the Aid to Locate form.

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The number of people with dementia is increasing rapidly. It is estimated that there are currently 1,400 people in Jersey living with dementia, many of whom have not as yet obtained a formal diagnosis; this number is set to double over the next 25 years.