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9-1-1: Accidental Calls
Browse the details on what to do if you or someone in your household accidentally dials 9-1-1.
Away From Home Checks
Utilize this important service from the Cary Police Department that allows your property to be checked on while you are away.
Free gun locks are given away by the Cary Police Department
Lost ID / Driver’s License or License Plate
Find out the steps you should take if you have lost your ID, driver's license, or license plate.
McHenry County Investigation Assistance Team
Review the reason for MIAT and on which types of crimes this specialized unit concentrates.
Missing Person Information
Visit the website of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for information on missing persons.
Persons with Disabilities Parking Placard
An applicant must complete a Persons with Disabilities Certification for Parking Placard/License Plates form (VSD 62) certifying the disability by a licensed physician. If the applicant has a permanent disability, the form must be mailed to the Secretary of State’s office (by either the physician or the applicant). Based on the information on the certification form, a disability parking placard and/or disability license plates will be be issued. If the applicant has a temporary disability, he/she may take the form to a Secretary of State facility and receive a temporary disability parking placard, which is good for up to six months, depending on the disability.
Learn about Explorer Post #2555, which has been sponsored by the Cary Police Department since 1981.
Premise Alert Program
Look through details on the Premise Alert Program.
Sex Offender Registration
View detailed information on sex offenders such as mapped addresses, photographs, and conviction information.
Get more information on this program that helps women and children confront domestic violence and abuse.
Read about the Yellow DOT program, a statewide initiative to help provide vital medical information to first responders.