In addition to any other powers and duties vested in it by law or by the Attorney
General, the unit shall:
a. Coordinate, file and investigate all missing persons cases in this State, and cooperate
with local law enforcement officials and federal law enforcement officials in the
creation of a centralized office on missing persons in this State;
c. Collect and maintain data on missing persons and unidentified bodies in this State
and throughout the United States;
d. Coordinate efforts with other states and with the federal government in the investigation
of cases involving missing persons or unidentified bodies;
e. Provide specialized training to law enforcement officers and medical examiners
in this State, in conjunction with the Police Training Commission, which would enable
them to more efficiently handle the tracing of missing persons and unidentified bodies
on the local level;
f. Employ the services of local law enforcement agencies or other social or governmental
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