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Posted on: April 9, 2021

Enterprise Police Department launches Project SNAP

Project SNAP


Apr 9, 2021


Enterprise Ledger

The Enterprise Police Department recently launched a new community police program called Project SNAP (Special Needs Assistance Program) that was created as a way to bridge the communication gap between officers and special needs citizens who may have difficulty communicating.

Project SNAP is a database maintained by the Enterprise Police Department and is only accessible by its officers and dispatchers. The database will contain a photo, physical description, emergency contacts, and other special needs information of the registered participant. In the event EPD officers encounter an individual registered with Project SNAP, they can access the database and retrieve critical information that can help with communication and ensure the safety of the individual.


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