Take Me Home
Take Me Home—Chattanooga allows parents and caregivers to register their loved one with developmental disabilities or dementia that would make communication challenging. If an officer finds an individual alone or an individual is reported missing, law enforcement and emergency services personnel can search for emergency contact information, detailed physical description, and a photo of the individual, saving valuable time.
Cities across the country have implemented this program using an outdated Microsoft Access program. The challenge was to created a web app for the program. Currently in production in Chattanooga, the web app is currently being considered for deployment statewide in Tennessee.
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Take Me Home is a nationwide program developed on a Microsoft Access database. The challenge was to create a website that would improve on the functionality and accessibility of the original program. We worked to make the site optimized for law enforcement’s assigned VM laptops and tested the design with them to make the retrieval of information as easy and quick as possible in critical moments.
Take Me Home—Chattanooga’s website allows users to create an account to upload identifying information about their loved one. Through their account, users can manage the information over time. When law enforcement use the database to search for identifying information, they are given an at-a-glance summary of the relevant results, including a photo.