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Arizona Revised Statutes Title 8. Child Safety § 8-810. Missing children;  notification;  entry into databases

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A.?If the department receives a report made pursuant to ??13-3620 or receives information during the course of providing services that indicates a child is at risk of serious harm and the child's location is unknown, the department shall notify the appropriate law enforcement agency and provide the information required to make the record entry into the Arizona crime information center and the national crime information center missing person databases. ?This includes information about the child and child's parent, guardian, custodian or person of interest.

B.?The appropriate law enforcement agency shall immediately enter the information provided by the department pursuant to subsection A of this section into the Arizona crime information center and the national crime information center missing person databases.

This chapter expires on the last day of the state fiscal biennium during which the commission publishes in the Texas Register the notice required by Section 382.037.

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