Join the Special Needs Aurora Police Program (SNAPP) Database to Help First Responders Assist Indivi

Join the Special Needs Aurora Police Program (SNAPP) database to help first responders handle calls and other interactions involving individuals with disabilities. This program will provide pertinent information about an individual which may help the responders have a positive interaction. The information provided such as medical needs, triggers and communication methods will help ensure a positive interaction during a potentially stressful encounter. This program is for the Aurora Police Department (APD), but is open to all individuals who may be within the APD jurisdiction, such as while attending FVSRA program.


SNAPP Release Form (self)

SNAPP Release Form (guardian)

SNAPP Registration Form

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