1. A high-risk missing person is an individual whose whereabouts are not currently
known and the circumstances indicate that the individual may be at risk of injury
2. Upon the determination by the law enforcement agency that the missing person is
a high-risk missing person, the law enforcement agency shall notify the bureau of
criminal investigation. The law enforcement agency shall provide to the bureau of criminal investigation
the information most likely to aid in the location and safe return of the high-risk
3. The responding local law enforcement agency immediately shall enter all collected
information relating to the missing person case in available state and federal databases. If the responding local law enforcement agency does not have the capability to enter
this data directly in the state and federal databases, the bureau of criminal investigation
shall enter all collected information relating to the missing person case in available
state and federal databases. The information shall be provided in accordance with applicable guidelines relating
to the databases.
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