"Bring them back with LoJack SafetyNet / Project Lifesaver"
Since 1999, no organization has been more dedicated to locating
missing people at risk than Project Lifesaver International.
That's why LoJack is working with Project Lifesaver and now offers
LoJack SafetyNet™ to provide the most effective solution for
rescuing wandering or lost individuals with Alzheimer's, autism and
other cognitive disorders.
a nonprofit started by law enforcement officers, Project Lifesaver
International is dedicated to providing training, certification, and
services for law enforcement and rescue teams across the country.
LoJack has a reputation based on more than two decades of recovery
expertise and success attributed to its direct integration with law
enforcement. Together, LoJack, and Project Lifesaver provide
the proven infrastructure, technology, processes, and procedures to
protect those who need it most and peace of mind to those who
care for them.
enrollment in the LoJack® SafetyNet™ system, your loved one is
outfitted with a Personal Locator Unit (PLU) on his or her wrist or
ankle. Should your loved one go missing, officers from the
Tampa Police Department and deputies from the Hillsborough County
Sheriff’s Office have been trained and are certified on search and
rescue procedures by Project Lifesaver International. They
will use digital LoJack Search and Rescue Receivers to track the
radio signal being emitted from the PLU on your loved one’s wrist or
ankle. By working directly with local law enforcement and
using the world's most successful recovery technology, the LoJack
SafetyNet/Project Lifesaver International solution is the best way
to bring your loved ones home. Safely."
For additional information, City of Tampa and Hillsborough County
residents are encouraged to call 211. Highly trained staff
working at the
Crisis Center of Tampa Bay is standing by to provide information
and referrals to over 3,000 community services including
Project Lifesaver. You may also download the
Center Resource Guide (314kb PDF)
Specific program questions should be directed to LoJack SafetyNet
Inc. at 1-877-4-FIND-THEM (1-877-434-6384) or visit