CHIP (doesn’t stand for California Highway Patrol) — identification kits and chips for children are being done at “Pima Community College Downtown”

By Lydia Camarillo, Anchor Fox 11 News TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) – One of the most important tools law enforcement uses when searching for a child is an up-to-date photo and descriptive information. Pima Community College is giving families the chance to protect their child with a free AZ- Chip ID kit today. The kits can greatly assist police in the crucial early hours of a search for a missing child.  PCC and Arizona Freemason, a local men’s social group are co-hosting the event.  High school students will be performing the free services today; they are part of...

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