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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

MISSING 15 Y/O SIERRA LAMAR: QR Code & Mobile Website For Missing Children & Mobile Devices (Smartphones, iPads, etc)

Click on images to visit Sierra Lamar's Mobile Website or
Scan QR code with QR code scanner on your Smartphone

San Jose, CA – 3/20/2012:  Just POINT, SCAN and SHARE information with your Smartphone directly with everyone online.  QR Codes are changing the way we access and share information… they are also changing the way we, Child Quest International, look for missing children.

A QR code, short for Quick Response, is a specific matrix barcode readable by dedicated QR barcode readers, Smartphones or camera phones.  QR Readers can be downloaded for FREE by your cellular provider.

Once a QR Code is created, it can be directed to a Leafs, vCards, Youtube video’s, URL's (AKA websites), Facebook or can Downloads Files.  If you scan a QR Code on a Sierra Lamar Poster with your Smartphone, it displays the following info on your Smartphone (HIT LINK) :

With so many thousands of Missing Children every year and so many posters which are displayed in many box stores, supermarkets and at borders crossings across Canada and in the United States, using a QR CODE on posters could provide a NEW way to connect and share Missing Children Posters with people online. It creates the ability to share missing children profiles easier with just one scan and click of a Smartphone.  It also provides one touch dialing to the appropriate law enforcement, streamlining sighting reports and tipster information.

This new technology, along with social online networking, in addition to the fact that trends show users are adopting Smartphones faster than any other form of mobile device, provides the ability to share Missing Children cases right from a printed "Missing Children Poster" which has been the same similar format since the first poster was created in 1874 for Charlie Brewster Ross.

The objective and hopes for the creation of QR codes on posters is so that people can access the information online easier and share it amongst their friends and family so that the Missing Child can be found as fast as possible. 

Twitter: #FindSierra #FindTheMissing


Custom QR CODE Logo Artwork Design & Mobile Website created by: Stephen Watkins, Father of two Missing  / Abducted Children from Canada. Photos & Information:

Child Quest International is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to the prevention and recovery of missing, abused, and exploited children. Providing awareness and safety education to children, teens, pre-teens, and parents is the foundation for our goal to stop child victimization.  Beyond that, we are here to assist law enforcement and searching families in the location and recovery efforts in the horrendous event that a child does go missing.  To date, Child Quest has assisted with over 3,000 recoveries.


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  3. I have to agree that QR codes nowadays, plays a vital role when it comes to easy access on the information when needed. Integration of this technology on public safety and even on health care is really noticeable.

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