- Police Department
- Community Programs
- Guardian Program
The Guardian Program was implemented by the League City Police Department in order to assist us during encounters with members of the community having special needs including persons who are non-verbal or affected by: Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia, or some other mental/intellectual disability. The program evolved from discussions between League City Police Officers and local parents. When seconds count in an emergency situation, the Guardian Program registry allows first responders to have access to critical information designed to help safely reunite families of registered participants.
Participation in the Guardian Program is completely voluntary and free. A Guardian application (PDF) must be submitted to the League City Police Department annually.
- Participant or guardian is a resident of League City
- Participant attends school within the League City Police Department jurisdiction
- Participant may be unable to communicate basic personal information due to a diagnosed medical disorder.
- Participant is prone to wander away or runaway from guardians, residence or school due to a diagnosed medical disorder.
- Guardians voluntarily submit a completed application and photo with all required medical information.
How Information is Stored
The application information and a current photo will be stored in our secure record database. Juvenile and health information will not be released to the public and is utilized solely for the purpose of providing better service for the registrant and the families involved during times of crisis.