The Loudoun Crime Commission will hold a Fingerprint and Photo ID Drive, at Dulles Town Center, Saturday, Jan. 28, and Sunday, Jan. 29, from noon to 4 p.m.
"Children grow really fast, they change really fast," said Loudoun Crime Commission’s Christopher Oprison. "We offer parents current information on a credit card-sized ID with kids current features, information and fingerprints."
The Loudoun Crime Commission plans to hold Fingerprint and Photo ID Drives periodically through the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office.
The Loudoun Crime Commission will be partnering with the U.S. Secret Service, the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and the Loudoun County’s Sheriff’s Office to host this event. The latest U.S. Secret Service and Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office technology will be used at the drive, Oprison said.
"The event is free. Parents can bring as many kids as they want," Oprison said. "We want to help as many kids as possible."
The Loudoun Crime Commission is a nonprofit organization that works to prevent and reduce crime in Loudoun County.