Keeping children safe is a parent's number one priority.
And a Wichita Falls car dealership continued an event today to help Texoma moms and dad do just that.
Little ones got biometric prints made of their fingers and palms at Nissan of Wichita Falls.
It was all part of "Lifeprint Next Generation Child Safety Event."
It's information the FBI can use to identify a child.
This is only the second time the car dealership has held this event to help protect the area's youngest residents.
"As parents we fail to have the proper stuff we need to help identify our children, and in today's world we can never be too careful," said Scot Davis the General Sales Manager of Nissan of Wichita Falls.
After Lifeprint information was obtained kids could then enjoy themselves in a bounce house and hang out with a Shriners clown,
"craze-e-cat," the mascot for the Wichita Falls.