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Support group

The Herbert Protocol (Missing Persons) Cheshire

About The Herbert Protocol (Missing Persons) Cheshire

The Herbert Protocol is here to help provide reassurance, and help keep friends and relatives safe. It is a national initiative adopted by Cheshire Constabulary, as well as other police forces around the UK. It is a system in place that will help to give the emergency services the best possible information should there be a need for them to become involved in a search for someone with dementia. The Herbert Protocol is a form which is kept at home, or in a safe place, with important information about a vulnerable person. Should they go missing, information is easily on hand about routines, medical requirements and favourite places to visit and can be handed over to the police, alleviating the worry of collecting it together during a stressful time.


Who runs this service

  • Cheshire Constabulary

Type of service

Support group

Who is this service for?

  • People with dementia and their carers, friends and relatives

Service available

  • For opening times please contact the provider.

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Costs

Please contact the service provider for details of any costs.


Information provided by Alzheimer's Society for the period of 03/08/18 to 21/09/18

Alzheimer's Society