Project Lifesaver Introduces New Personal Locating System the PLI-1000


Port St. Lucie, FL (PRWEB) June 17, 2015

Project Lifesaver International is pleased to announce a new personal locating system helping to address wandering and elopement for loved ones from all angles by introducing the PLI-1000. The PLI-1000 is the newest radio frequency based tracking receiver that will be available to members and caregivers as an option to locate their loved one should they have a wandering incident.

The PLI-1000 is now available for caregivers through the Project Lifesaver store in both Project Lifesaver member and non-member areas. If a caregiver purchases a PLI-1000 in a Project Lifesaver area, the Project Lifesaver member agency can provide support to the caregiver in locating their loved one that wander using its existing Project Lifesaver technology.

“The PLI-1000 serves as an extension to the tried and true Project Lifesaver radio frequency technology of telemetry which we have been using since the Project Lifesaver program began over sixteen years ago. This offers a resource to help caregivers locate their loved one should they wander, especially in locations that do not have the program or with poor cell coverage,” said CEO/Founder, Gene Saunders of Project Lifesaver International.

The PLI-1000, like other Project Lifesaver receivers operates off the 216 range and will be pre-set for caregiver’s at one single unique frequency. The PLI-1000 Kit will also include one 60-day transmitter, a tester, one year of batteries and bracelets, and an instructional guide.

Special pricing offered to Project Lifesaver members in the Project Lifesaver Database at $ 749.00 plus shipping. All details for members are available in the Project Lifesaver Database and for caregivers to purchase in the PLI-Store for $ 799.00 plus shipping.

About Project Lifesaver:

Project Lifesaver is a 501 (C) (3) community based, public safety, non-profit organization that provides law enforcement, fire/rescue, other first responders and caregivers with equipment and training to quickly locate and rescue individuals with cognitive disorders who are prone to the life threatening behavior of wandering, including those with Alzheimers disease, Autism, and Down syndrome. Most who wander are found within a few miles from home, and search times have been reduced from hours and days to minutes. Recovery times for PLI clients average 30 minutes 95% less time than standard operations. Nationwide there are over 1,400 Project Lifesaver member agencies.

To learn more about Project Lifesaver or grant opportunities through the BJA visit: http://www.projectlifesaver.org or contact:

Joseph Salenetri

Assistant Chief, Special Operations

Project Lifesaver International

josephsalenetri(at)hotmail(dot)com

609-672-1441

or

Elizabeth Kappes

Public Relations Coordinator-Special Projects

Project Lifesaver International

ekappes(at)projectlifesaver(dot)org

757-531-5105







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