Colorado Life Trak

Colorado Life Trak is a tracking system used by law enforcement departments nationwide to locate adults and children suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, Down Syndrome, Autism and other related disorders who have the tendency to become lost. Those at risk wear a tamper proof wrist- band transmitter that emits a silent radio signal. When the person is reported missing, trained personnel use tracking receivers to locate the signal and recover the person. Colorado Life Trak helps provide peace of mind to caregivers. However, it does not replace the need for supervised care

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office handles Parker residents that are in the Life Trak program. For more information about their program please visit their website.