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No, participation in the T-SNAP program is completely voluntary. If you or a family member has special needs, you are encouraged to participate. Think of it as helping police, fire and EMS personnel to help you.
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In regards to T-SNAP, special needs are health issues or other circumstance which you feel emergency services personnel should know about in the event of an emergency. The T-SNAP application form lists several health issues that people might have such as:
The T-SNAP application form also provides space for other special needs including:
While the T-SNAP application lists several special needs a person may have, the application form doesn't cover everything but the form does provide space to describe other special needs.
There are no fees for the T-SNAP program. A generous donation from the Trumbull Rotary Club paid for the T-SNAP materials.
Yes. You are encouraged to update the information annually.
No, the information will not be shared with anyone other than Emergency Services personnel. The information will be stored at the Trumbull Police Department and on your refrigerator. In the event of an emergency, information you provide may be broadcast over radio channels which may be heard by the general public.
Yes, this is an excellent use of T-SNAP. Your parent(s) may be elderly, frail, hard of hearing or there may be a language barrier. By knowing about the emergency event you could help to calm a possibly stressful situation.
Yes. If a neighbor or relative has a key to your home you can indicate this on the T-SNAP application form and include their contact information - name, address, phone number.
Email the Trumbull Police Department's Community Policing Division, or call Officer Timothy Fedor of the Community Policing Division at 203-261-3665.