Take Me Home

A new and innovative program to aid in safeguarding lost individuals.

Charlotte County Sheriff's Office modeled their Take Me Home program after the Pensacola Police Department's program.

This program is to assist those who are unable to speak for themselves for whatever the reason such as Alzheimer's Dementia, Autism or Down syndrome. Information will be stored in our computer system only accessible by Sheriff's deputies or 911 operators to aid in getting the lost party home. If your loved one has gone missing and you are signed up in the program, we can immediately get the photo and description out on the street to search more accurately. Take Me Home is free to all Charlotte County citizens.

This is not a tracking program like our Project Lifesaver, which is still available. Call Tammy Wilkie at 941-833-1824 For more information.

You can either fill in the information below and submit it while online or you can use an application form in a PDF format that can be filled out on your computer, printed and mailed to the Sheriff's Office.

You must have javascript enabled to use this form. Stop by your nearest district office for a printed application.

Take Me Home Application

Please enter the data for the program participant in this section.

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Emergency Contact Information

Please enter the data for the first contact in this section.


Please enter the data for the second contact in this section.

Application Agreement

Please enter the information for the legally responsible person filling out this form.

By clicking this check box, entering your name and date in this section on this web form constitutes an affirmation under oath that I am legally responsible for the person named above for whom I have provided information, and that I consent to have this information shared among law enforcement personnel for enrollment in the CCSO "Take Me Home" Program.