Lt. Jonette Williams meets with Autism FYI in New Orleans

 Lt. Jonette Williams, New Orleans PD Community Outreach Officer, met with AFYI prior to the Autism Society of America’s 2016 National Conference.  She was anxious to see how our National Registry could be integrated into their current training program. We were directed to her after meeting with Commander Ronnie Stevens of the 6th District, NOPD.

Prince Georges County Council Members learns of Autism FYI Org’s mission to keep Autism Community Safe

  Prince Georges County Council members Todd Turner, Danielle Glaros, and Mary Lehman met with Natasha Seaforth, Michelle Reedy and Joyce Benjamin from Autism FYI Org on July 5, 2016. Representatives for AFYI also met with Councilwoman Karen Toles’ Chief of staff. They were all very supportive of the efforts for safety and the wonderful…

Greenbelt Police Depart. Partners with Autism FYI Org.

          Greenbelt Police Chief Jim Craze, Deputy Chief Kemp, Greenbelt CAREs Director Liz Parks, and Admin. Assistant Dana Hill attended the introduction meeting with Autism FYI’s Michelle Reedy, Ret. Sgt. PGPD,  Administrator Natasha Seaforth, and COO Joyce Benjamin,RN,PA . Autism FYI Org is proud to partner with Greenbelt Police Department. GBPD…

Laurel Police Chief Richard McLaughlin and Deputy Chief Keven Gray learn about Autism FYI Org

Thank you Laurel Police Department for being so informed and active in your training and interactions with those on the Autism Spectrum. In today’s climate of fear of differences and one’s safety, knowing that the differences in how those on the Autism Spectrum may respond as well as how to recognize someone on the Autism…

Fairfax County, VA Chief of Police Embraces Partnership with Autism FYI Org

Monday June 6,2016 Autism FYI Org met with Fairfax County Police Chief, Col.Edwin Roessler, Jr. and staff to present the National Registry and how it benefits both those on the Autism Spectrum and the Officers and First Responders that protect them. After seeing the products that are offered to registrants and the training and decals…

Prince Georges County Police Department notifies the officers about Autism FYI Partnership in Registry

        Autism FYI partners with PGPD  Follow the link to read . This letter went out to the officers of Prince Georges County with the decals to explain their partnership with Autism FYI National Registry in their commitment to keeping the Autism community and the Officers safe. We appreciate this partnership and hope each of…