Project Lifesaver® Int’l has:
Over 3,177 rescues since 1999
Over 1,500 agencies
Located in 48 states, Canada and Australia
Established in 1999, Project Lifesaver Int’l is a Public Safety Program designed to protect and locate missing persons due to wandering. Project Lifesaver’s mission is to use state of the art technology in assisting those who care for victims of Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, Down’s Syndrome and any other cognitive conditions that cause wandering.
Chief Gene Saunders, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Project Lifesaver International, has 33 years of service in law enforcement and public safety. He is a recognized authority in Search and Rescue and has received many awards and decorations from public safety organizations. As a national advocate for the protection of missing and wandering victims of Alzheimer’s and related dementia, Chief Saunders was selected as a delegate to the 2005 White House Conference on Aging.
Organizations and Law Enforcement Agencies have endorsed and pledged their support of Project Lifesaver International.