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Upon receiving notification of a missing child, the law enforcement agency having jurisdiction for the location the child is missing from must:
Parents/Guardian should have the following documents in their possession prior to arrival of the law enforcement officer:
A law enforcement agency that receives a notification concerning a missing endangered adult from the missing endangered adult's guardian, custodian or guardian ad litem or an individual who provides the missing endangered adult with home health aid services, possesses a health care power of attorney for the missing endangered adult or has evidence that the missing endangered adult has a condition that may prevent the missing endangered adult from returning home without assistance; shall prepare an investigative report on the missing endangered adult, if based on the notification, the law enforcement agency has reason to believe that an endangered adult is missing.
The investigative report may include the following:
The law enforcement agency shall prepare the investigative as soon as practicable, and if possible not later than five (5) hours after the law enforcement agency receives notification of a missing endangered adult.