What is the SAFE Program?
The SAFE Program allows better communication between Okaloosa County First Responders and residents with special needs, or other disabilities regarding critical information before an emergency occurs.
Who should enroll?
The program is for all Okaloosa County residents with any disability or special needs. such as individuals with Autism, Down syndrome, Alzheimer’s disease, deafness, blindness, or any other communication disorders, or other mental disabilities/ limitations who may benefit.
How to enroll
Clink the link below for the SAFE Program enrollment form:
Download the SAFE enrollment form, fill out the registration form completely, review information, and make sure all information is correct. Once completed, email the SAFE Program enrollment form to the Intelunit@sheriff-okaloosa.org Please remember to keep all personal information up to date and notify the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office if any information changes.
After enrolling in to the SAFE Program:
When the resident enrollment is completed into the SAFE Program, the point of contact will receive an email confirmation. Then SAFE Program residents may go the Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office to receive 3 program decals. These decals serve as an identifier to First Responders. Decals should be placed on the driver side rear window of your vehicle(s) and/or the main entry door to your residence. Below are available locations:
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office- Headquarters
50 2nd Street Shalimar FL 32579
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office- East District Office
107 Stahlman Ave, Destin FL 32541
Okaloosa County Sheriff’s Office- North District Office
197 E. James Lee Blvd, Crestview FL 32539