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June 24, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the Polly Klaas murder verdict again focusing attention on missing and abducted children, it's not surprising that dozens of companies have begun offering--for a fee--to help parents put together fingerprint and photo files of their children. But a Newport Beach company wants to take the process a step further by storing this information on a computer capable of flooding police departments and other agencies across the country with faxes and e-mail the moment a child disappears.
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June 24, 1996 | GREG MILLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
With the Polly Klaas murder verdict again focusing attention on missing and abducted children, it's not surprising that dozens of companies have begun offering--for a fee--to help parents put together fingerprint and photo files of their children. But a Newport Beach company wants to take the process a step further by storing this information on a computer capable of flooding police departments and other agencies across the country with faxes and e-mail the moment a child disappears.
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June 24, 1996
People put security signs in frontyards to ward off burglars, and alarm stickers in car windows to shoo away thieves. Now a Newport Beach company, Santiago SDS Inc., hopes to scare off kidnappers by putting decals on the clothing of children whose fingerprints and pictures would be in a database. * THE CUTTING EDGE, D9 Acting Up Ayisha Sinclair, 16, above, used to sing along to musicals on TV and role-play for home videos.
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