How it works:

Click-and-Safe is an online, password protected "web-photo" authorities may download or print if needed. The password to the photo is held by the parent or guardian, and shared if needed in an emergency.

Click-and-Safe is a way for the school or child photographer to ehance their photoshoots with a web-ID program for parents. The Click-and-Safe random password is given out by photographers (usually on a card or order form).The Click-and-Safe password is the key for parents to quickly get a photo in front of authorities for distribution if needed in an emergency.

The parent can give almost any sort of information about the child to 911 by phone. What the parent can't do by phone is broadcast a recent photo of the child to a wide audience fast. That is where Click-and-Safe comes in.

Click here to see a sample of what parents and authorities see before proceeding to a photo.

Your Click-and-Safe password may be shared with law enforcement if necessary. Our web photos are available for law enforcement or search groups to use on "Amber Alerts" or for printing flyers.

No personal information about the child is stored online with Click-and-Safe. The parent can give personal information to authorities in person or by phone, however, what authorities want from you in a hurry is A RECENT PHOTO OF YOUR MISSING CHILD.

Why Do Photographers take part in the Click-and-Safe program?

Photographers take photos with the idea that parents will like them and want to buy them.
Photographers offer the free Click-and-Safe program as a bonus to parents for going to the
photographer’s website and viewing the photo or photos. (Parents may purchase photos they like online)
Parents can verify the photo and “opt-in” or “opt-out” of the Click-and-Safe program.
“Opt-in” means your photographer will store this image of your child online for a stated period of time, (usually the school term)
“Opt-out” will delete the child’s photo entirely from the internet.
If the parent ever has a lost or missing child, your photographer has freely offered to attempt to make the photo available via the photographer website for printing on flyers or dowloading for use on the Amber Alert or similar progam. Parents may return to the photographer website as often as they wish to verify accuracy and confirm it is online. So that’s the deal, in return for being allowed to photograph the kids, your photographer makes his/her best attempt to offer you an internet version of the photo if needed in an emergency.