Two child ID cards are created. They are laminated and the purpose of these cards is for parents to have the ID cards with them in the event that their child goes missing. It really is kind of pointless because myself being a police officer, I know that the ID card does not hold much value in assisting with the location of a child. That is why I include a CD of all of the data so that parents can provide that to police in the event of their child missing. The CD then can be used to email, distribute and duplicate as many copies as necessary of the child’s photo and fingerprints. Statistics show that the first three hours of a child missing are the most crucial and hold the most promise of locating a missing or abducted child.
The full child ID is the large card that is left after the two ID cards are separated from it. The full ID card contains all of the child’s and parent’s data, the child’s photo and the child’s fingerprints. The ID cards do not contain all of the data nor do they contain the child’s fingerprints.
The full ID card is burned to the CD
and given to the parents. If to use Canon camera not controlled
with inPhoto Capture software it is necessary to capture photo, then to remove the memory card from the camera, put the memory card into the laptop, then import the photo into the software to include it in the child ID, then once I am finished with that, then the memory card gets returned back to the camera. As you can see, it is a very tedious operation that I will streamline by using inPhoto Capture