Arkansas Code Title 12. Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Affairs § 12-12-801. Report of missing child--Notation on records
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(a) When either a law enforcement officer or the Attorney General is notified by the parents, guardian, or other person having custody of a child that the child is missing, the law enforcement officer or the Attorney General shall:
(1) Ensure that the missing child information is entered into the Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse within the Arkansas Crime Information Center under § 12-12-205 and the National Crime Information Center; and
(2) Within five (5) business days after being notified by the parents, guardian, or other person having custody of the child, inform by certified mail, return receipt requested, the Division of Vital Records of the Department of Health and the superintendent or school administrator of the school where the child was attending that the child has been reported as missing.
(b) The division shall enter on or attach to the child's birth certificate a notice that the child has been reported missing. The school the child was attending shall make or attach the same notation on the child's school records.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Arkansas Code Title 12. Law Enforcement, Emergency Management, and Military Affairs § 12-12-801. Report of missing child--Notation on records - last updated January 01, 2020 | https://codes.findlaw.com/ar/title-12-law-enforcement-emergency-management-and-military-affairs/ar-code-sect-12-12-801/
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