The Return Me Safe program is a community resource service provided by the Chandler Police Department for members of the vulnerable population community who work, live, go to school, or receive treatment within the City of Chandler. This would include, but not be limited to, children or adults who may have a diagnosis of:

  • Autism
  • Down Syndrome
  • Dementia
  • Alzheimer’s

This program will provide parents and caretakers with a mechanism to share crucial information with police officers responding to calls for service involving these individuals. Information on the vulnerable person, their parent(s) or responsible caretaker, and another safe contact person will be collected through the form below. A current photograph of the registered individual is requested to assist in locating the registered person if he or she is ever missing.

Registration Process:

  • Download and complete the Return Me Safe Registration Form
  • Provide a quality photo of the person to be registered (Similar in style to a school portrait or clear, focused snapshot)
  • Seal your documents in an envelope and deliver them to any Chandler Police Station, ATTN:  Return Me Safe/Police Administrative Specialist Rosie Soto, OR, mail your registration to:

Chandler Police Department

Return Me Safe

Attn: Police Administrative Specialist Rosie Soto

PO Box 4008

Mail Stop 303S

Chandler, AZ 85249


Further questions can be directed to Rosie Soto: 


Phone: (480) 782-4901

Responsible persons who wish to register someone in this service, please understand registration can take up to six weeks for information to be made available to officers. Police officers will only be able to access this information when able to do so safely. Considerations of weapons, officer safety, and speed at which factors are changing must be considered on a case-by-case basis. Furthermore, this service will ONLY be readily accessible to Chandler police officers.

Return Me Safe Registration Form



We are pleased to announce our new partnership with the BE SAFE Program for Autism.  If you would like to set up a training please contact the CIT Department Coordinator and a Be Safe Trainer at (480) 782-2101.


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