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Keeping track of children’s movements

Keeping track of children's movements

Lost and Found is a social project whose main idea is that there should be one place where people, animals, and things can all be found. Keeping track of children’s movements

We are starting to work on what we think is a very important matter in addition to looking for finds and losses.

We’re talking about how parents might be able to keep track of where their children go.
That is, not just to have access to the data about where the child is now (there are many apps for this, such as Google), but also to add the children’s data to their personal account.

So, to have an idea of where the child is, where he moves, and how long he stays in one place or another. This information will be stored in full in your personal account for the required time.

Keeping track of children’s movements

Because the current world is so active and dynamic, with everything changing and expanding at such a breakneck pace, not all parents have the time to devote to their children. Eventually, the child goes out into the real world on his own, and adults aren’t always ready to accept that they won’t know where he is or what he’s doing during the day.

Of course, it is critical for parents to be aware of their children’s whereabouts and movements, as time is of the essence in the event of a missing or abducted child. You cannot pause for more than a second in this situation. The sooner the search starts, the more likely it is that the person will be found, and if the police know where the person has been in the past, it will be much easier for them to set the search radius.

In the Lost and Found program, data is retained indefinitely; at any time, all complete information about the child’s movement for a certain period can be offered to volunteers, who will then join the search immediately.