To Inform Families First

When emergencies happen

If you were in an accident would any loved one know?

Your emergency contact information can be added to your drivers license. Over 16,000,000 have registered in Florida alone, and over nine different states have adopted an emergency contact information system. Just click on the register button and see if your state participates.

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"Improving notification by law enforcement in an emergency."

To Inform Families First

TIFF's Initiative, To Change and Improve notification to families by law enforcement in the event of a emergency.



Video of an interview with Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells.


“Before Tiffs Initiative, Law Enforcement Officers would spend hours and sometimes days trying to locate family members of a victim who had been seriously injured or killed. The Emergency Contact Information database that Law Enforcement Officers now have access to, has turned those hours or days into minutes”

-Sheriff Rick Wells


A message from TIFF president, Christine Olson:

The Emergency Contact Information system allows US residents in certain states to voluntarily provide emergency contact information online, giving law enforcement immediate access to this information and making it easier to speak with someone quickly in case of an emergency.

If you have a driver’s license or identification card, you can click on the link for your state. and enter your emergency contact information.

TIFF FAQ

Questions or Concerns?

You can be assured that your personal information will be used only by emergency response people for the purpose of informing your emergency contacts.

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TIFF News

News

In support of TIFF's Initiative, a Lighted Golf Cart Parade was held on December 21st at Bradenton Beach, Florida! It was a wonderful time, we thank everyone who participated!

Christine's Journey

Tiffiany Olson

Tiffiany Olson died in a traffic accident on December 7th, 2005. Her mother was not contacted for six precious hours after the accident, because the contact information was not readily available to the officers at the scene.

Her mother Christine decided that was unacceptable, and sought to change the way the system worked...

Read Christine's Journey

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