State Police Announce “Bring Me Back Home” Registry for CT Residents with Cognitive Challenges

The Connecticut State Police in conjunction with the Alzheimer’s Association Connecticut Chapter is announcing “Bring Me Back Home,” a new registry for Connecticut residents that allows law enforcement access to information to help find people who are missing or wandering and bring them back to safety and to loved ones.

Wandering can be dangerous and life threatening. If not found within 24 hours, there is a much higher probability individuals may suffer serious injury or death.

According to the Alzheimer’s Association, 6 in 10 people living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia will wander.

Families are encouraged to register their loved ones with cognitive issues at

The Bring Me Back Home registry will house information and a picture entered by families and is only accessible through the Connecticut On-line Law Enforcement Communications Teleprocessing (COLLECT) criminal justice and safety system. This information will help first responders and families reunite with