Project S.N.A.P.

PROJECT SNAP was created as a way to bridge the communication gap between our Officers and our special needs citizens who may have difficulty communicating.  PROJECT SNAP is a database maintained by the Enterprise Police Department and is only accessible to our Officers.  The database will contain a photo, physical description, emergency contact, and other special needs information of the registered participant.  In the event a registered participant is lost or wanders away from home, our Officers will have access to the database in their patrol vehicles.  The Officers will retrieve the participant's PROJECT SNAP information, which will aid in communication and a safe return home.

Additionally, our Officers will receive annual in-service training in effective special needs communication and special needs de-escalation techniques.

Registration is available M-F from 7:30 to 4:30 at the Police Department. Participants under the age of 18 must be registered by a parent or legal guardian. Stickers are available for $5, and S.N.A.P. patches are available for $10.

For more information, please contact Public Affairs.

DocumentMission Statement:

To foster relationships and communication between Officers and the special needs community of Enterprise with training for personnel and community outreach.

  • Conduct regular training for Officers and personnel to share communication and de-escalation techniques.
  • Build relationships with special needs community members and their families.
  • Maintain a volunteer registration database of special needs individuals for quick access to critical information to ensure safe encounters with Officers.

Project SNAP Form