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09-25-2008, 09:54 PM
Post here any webpages that list missing from the State of AZ.
11-02-2008, 11:51 AM
223 cases currently listed here
11-02-2008, 12:11 PM
Pima County Sheriff's Dept. Missing Persons (http://pimasheriff.org/prevention/missing-persons/)
12-05-2009, 07:22 PM
Mesa Police (http://www.mesaaz.gov/police/)
Missing Persons (http://www.mesaaz.gov/police/MissingPersons/default.aspx)
The Mesa Police Department's Missing Persons Unit is dedicated in doing thorough investigations and doing all that we can to locate your missing person. Our goal is to do so quickly and minimize the possibility of harm to the missing person. We enjoy returning lost or missing children to their families as soon as possible.
In Arizona, thousands of adults are reported missing each year. Some people have seen on television that you must wait 24 or even 72 hours to report someone missing. This is not true. There is no waiting period. In fact, the sooner we have a case the sooner we can get to work in helping you find the missing person. Very few missing adults are the victim of foul play or some other criminal act. Most missing persons are found or return home within just a few days. If any foul play is suspected the investigation changes and escalates accordingly.
Being a missing person is not a crime. Adults can be missing if they choose to. They can chose to leave work, ignore friends and even family. Because of this, law enforcement is quite limited in what they can do. Even if law enforcement does locates the person, they can not divulge any information about that person without specific permission from that person.
Entering adults into the national database (NCIC), is also limited. A report may be taken and an investigator will be assigned to all cases, but there are specific criterion for NCIC. If the missing person has a physical handicap or mental disability, if they are missing involuntarily, if they are a victim of a catastrophe or if they are in some way endangered, then the person can be placed into NCIC.
07-16-2010, 07:51 PM
Arizona's Missing Children
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