Exceptional Needs Program
About the Program
The Braintree Police Department seeks to provide all members of the Braintree community with the outmost respect and dignity. The Exceptional Needs Program was developed as an initiative of the BPD to allow first responders to have critical information regarding an individual with unique circumstances such as Autism Spectrum Disorder, Alzheimer's, Dementia, PTSD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, hearing/sight impairments and Mental Health Disorders.
How It Works
The voluntary registration can be completed by following the steps below, which includes filling out a form and including a current photograph of the person and submitting the requested documents.
Once received, a member of Braintree Police will contact the first Emergency Contact to verify receipt of the registration. If we are unable to confirm with the first emergency contact the information will not be entered. Upon verification the information will be kept on file with Braintree Police. The information will then be provided to police personnel as needed in the performance of their duties. We encourage those registered to update us periodically as important information changes such as an address change, or a change in emergency contact information. We also ask if you can submit a new photo as the person registered ages.
How to Register
Fill out the form below. Note that there are certain mandatory fields that must be completed for all involved to successfully benefit from this program. Please confirm that the information is accurate before submitting. * You MUST remember to include a current photograph of the person when submitting the requested documents.