Florida Silver Alert Notification

 

About Silver Alert

To help authorities quickly find missing elders who have dementia or other cognitive impairment, Governor Rick Scott signed into law Florida�s��Silver Alert� in 2011. You can become part of this initiative by subscribing to receive Silver Alert notifications, which will be sent out automatically whenever a Silver Alert is issued.
Silver Alert allows important information to be quickly distributed to citizens, so they can assist local law enforcement in rescuing affected elders and returning them home safely.

Established in 2008, the alerts allow information to be promptly distributed to the public when a person with Alzheimer�s disease or other dementia is missing and in possible danger. The Florida Department of Law Enforcement, the Florida Department of Elder Affairs, the Florida Department of Transportation, the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles and Highway Safety's Highway Patrol, the state�s aging services network, local law enforcement agencies and the media have collaborated on a standardized and coordinated response to implement the system.
Silver Alert allows important information to be quickly distributed to citizens so they can assist local law enforcement in rescuing affected elders and returning them home safely. You can become part of this initiative by subscribing to receive Silver Alert notifications, which will be sent out automatically whenever a Silver Alert is issued.

Disclaimer: The data provided through this service is for informational purposes only. Registering for this service does not convey any rights or authority, as the Department of Elder Affairs does not make any warranty that information on this website is complete. This service will only notify subscribers of issuance or cancellation of a Silver Alert.

You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, in the sections below. To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the SilverAlert Archives. (The current archive is only available to list members.)

You can subscribe to the list, or change your existing subscription, in the sections below.

Subscribing to the Silver Alert ListServ

The Department of Elder Affairs has developed a ListServ account, and you can subscribe to receive an email every time a Silver Alert is broadcast. You will also receive an email when a Silver Alert is cancelled. Subscribing to receive Silver Alert notifications is simple – just fill out the form below. You will then be sent an email asking for confirmation, to prevent others from subscribing you to the list without your permission. The Department will use your email address only for this service, and it will not be sold to any outside party.

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    You may enter a privacy password below. This provides only mild security, but should prevent others from making edits to your subscription. Do not use a valuable password as it will occasionally be emailed back to you in cleartext.

    If you choose not to enter a password, one will be automatically generated for you, and it will be sent to you once you've confirmed your subscription. You can always request a mail-back of your password when you edit your personal options.

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Unsubscribe from Silver Alert or Edit Options

To unsubscribe from SilverAlert, get a password reminder, or change your subscription options enter your subscription email address:

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