MADISON, Wis — Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul will announce a partnership Monday, Feb. 28th, with the Green Bay Packers, Alliant Energy, the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and the National Child ID Program to announce a new tool for parents to protect their children.
Alliant Energy, IBEW, the Green Bay Packers, and AG Kaul are partnering with the National Child ID Program to provide 975,000 child ID kits to all K-12 Wisconsin school children.
Each year, more than 800,000 children go missing in the United States. Child ID kits allow parents to safeguard their children’s vital information in case of their worst day ever occurring.
Kaul will announce the partnership with Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy, National Child ID Program CEO Kenny Hansmire, and leaders from Alliant Energy and IBEW on Monday, February 28 at Noon at Historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, WI.
Monday, February 28, 2022
12:00 PM Announcement with Attorney General Josh Kaul, Green Bay Packers President Mark Murphy Atrium at Lambeau Field.
Enter through American Family Insurance Gate and proceed to main floor Green Bay, WI
About the Announcement: The Attorney General’s office is partnering with the Packers, Alliant Energy and the National Child Identification Program to provide Wisconsin families with ID kits that allow parents to easily record the physical characteristics and fingerprints of their children. The information is entered on identification cards, which families can store in a safe place. If needed, the kit gives law enforcement vital information to assist their efforts to locate a missing child. The kits will be distributed by local law enforcement and school districts to ensure these kits are available to families throughout Wisconsin.