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About the Kidde Senior Lock Box Program
Reduce Your Time to Reach Seniors and Other At-Risk Residents in an Emergency
Kidde's Senior Lock Box Program
- Can save your emergency responders valuable time. Your central dispatch can simply notify the responders that a lock box is in use.
- Provides an alternative to forced entry. If a lock box is used, responders may not have to damage the senior’s home.
- Provides peace of mind. Lock boxes are only accessible by authorized personnel in the event of an emergency, because only police/fire departments have keys that can open the lock boxes. Friends, family, and neighbors cannot use this system to access a home.
How the Program Works
The steps for a homeowner to participate are:
- Request Order Form from the police/fire department.
- Complete and mail order form to Kidde. The lock box is shipped to the homeowner.
- Install a Kidde lock box. (Check with local fire/police department for installation requirements.)
- Contact fire/police department to secure property keys inside the lock box.
The fire/police department emergency response personnel are the only ones that have access to the lock box.
Trust SupraSafe by Kidde Lock Boxes
- Kidde only provides keys to authorized departments.
- Emergency responders only open lock boxes if a resident cannot open the door themselves.
- Kidde supplies fire departments, real estate agents, and homeowners throughout North America.
For any questions, please e-mail customer support, or call 800-654-9677 ext. 3048365.