Hennepin, MN – Free Emergency Responder Stickers Offered by Sheriff’s Office


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Hennepin, MN – In an effort to enhance the safety of residents with special needs, the Hennepin County Sheriff’s Office has introduced a free sticker program. 

According to the Sheriff’s Office, these stickers can be placed on homes or vehicles to alert emergency responders to occupants who may have dementia, autism, or be hard of hearing or with a disability. This initiative aims to facilitate a quicker and more efficient response in emergency situations. 

Residents are encouraged to visit the Sheriff’s Office website to request these stickers, ensuring first responders are aware of any special circumstances during a call.


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