Take Me Home


Take Me Home is a free program provided by the Chattanooga Police Department. Take Me Home allows family members and legal guardians to register emergency contact information for individuals with cognitive and developmental disabilities. If an individual is found alone or reported missing, law enforcement and emergency services personnel can search for emergency contact information, detailed physical description, and a photo of the individual, saving valuable time.

“Keeping you, your family and our community safe”

In the News

CPD Launches Take Me Home Program For Citizens With Disabilities

The Chattanooga Police Department launches Take Me Home, a free program that's designed to assist law enforcement during contacts with adults and children in the community who have disabilities such as, but not limited to Autism, Alzheimer's, Dementia, or other...

Police offer “Take Me Home” program – WDEF

Chattanooga police have started a program that may help them quickly respond to missing persons cases—and return those people to their families. It’s called “Take Me Home.” Children and seniors sometimes wander away from home. The same is true of individuals with...