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Bumper stickers tell police to watch for people with special needs Bumper stickers tell police to watch for people with special needs Bumper stickers tell police to watch for people with special needs These bumper stickers are the first step in a program aiming to help children and adults with cognitive disorders. The diamond-shaped stickers serve as an alert for police. They communicate that a person inside the vehicle has special needs and may not respond to verbal commands. "We're here to work for the most vulnerable, to protect them, and make sure somebody's not taking advantage of them," said Sgt. Craig Walion of the Johnson County Sheriff's Department. The program has a free voluntary database that allows residents to opt-in. Eric Wright's son, Jake, has a cognitive disability. He says the program gives him peace of mind. "If he does get lost, or something happens, you've got that extra layer, somebody watching out for him, and knows where he belongs," said Wright. The program benefits people with autism, Alzheimer's, or other cognitive disabilities. The sheriff's office started handing out the free stickers a week ago and have already given out 700.
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