Discussion in 'Florida' started by christine2448, Sep 27, 2008.
Post here LINKS ONLY to websites that list missing from the State of FL.
This just boggles my mind... Where does one even begin? So sad! Note, this also includes "endangered runaways."
363 on this site alone, and this is just Florida!
Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement
In response to the concern for missing children in Florida, the 1982 Florida Legislature appropriated funds to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement for the establishment of the first state Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC) in the nation. The program provides liaison among citizens, private organizations and law enforcement officials regarding missing endangered persons information.
The Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse (MEPIC), formerly known as Missing Children Information Clearinghouse is located within the Division of Criminal Justice Information Services and is a central repository of information regarding missing children. The information is collected and disseminated to assist law enforcement agencies, public and private organizations and the citizens of Florida in locating missing children. The MEPIC is utilized as a resource center and information exchange service, and complements the state and federal computerized missing persons' files.
As part of the MEPIC's services, a toll-free telephone line (1-888-356-4774) is available twenty-four (24) hours a day, seven (7) days a week.
Orignally posted by RiverRat, moved to FL-Missing
The Florida Crime Information Center
Public Access System (PAS) Provided by the Florida Dept. of Law Enforcement
This database contains information about Florida missing persons as reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement by law enforcement agencies throughout the state and authorized for release to the public. FDLE and the reporting agencies strongly recommend that no citizen take any individual action based on this information. This information is not to be used as a confirmation any missing person report is active. Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action. FDLE cannot represent that this information is current, active, or complete. You should verify that a missing person report is active with your local law enforcement agency or with the reporting agency.
Missing Persons Database Florida
National Missing Person Directory
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