Safe Return Registry


The Safe Return Registry is a community program for members of the vulnerable population community who work, live, go to school, or receive treatment within Mt. Juliet. This would include, but not be limited to, children or adults who suffer from Autism, Down syndrome, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s. The program is a voluntary registry that can provide pertinent and critical information regarding a loved one, which will aid law enforcement in identifying an individual should they wander from their place of residence and/or come in contact with an officer.

Additionally, having the information readily available would enable us to provide this information to surrounding agencies in an efficient manner in hopes to quickly locate and safely return your loved one. The information provided will be kept at the police department and will be used solely as a means to aid police officers and other emergency personnel in locating missing and/or wandering residents.

This program is strictly voluntary. It is designed to assist the Mt. Juliet Police Department in the swift and safe recovery of your loved one. In the unlikely event that a loved one wanders away, the police department will already have all the necessary information needed to conduct a thorough and extensive search. This relieves the family of having to attempt to locate the pertinent information during a time of stress, and allows the family to focus on locating the loved one.

Registration Process

  • Complete the Safe Return Registry registration form: Safe Return Registration
  • The form will request a quality, digital photo to be uploaded with the form submission.
  • Once the form is submitted and reviewed, you will be contacted with confirmation that it has been received.
If you have any questions, would like assistance, or need help with obtaining a quality digital photo, please contact Cpl. Jennings Taylor.