IN Laws/Alerts in Place

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    Please post here any current laws/alerts in place relating to the Missing/UID.
     
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    Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Dept. Victim Assistance
    http://www.indygov.org/eGov/IMPD/Services/victim-asst.htm
    50 North Alabama Street, Suite E126
    Indianapolis, Indiana 46204
    Office: (317) 327-3331 ~TTY: (317) 327-3315

    The first 24-hour on-call crisis intervention unit within a U.S. law enforcement agency, the Victim Assistance Unit was initially started by the Indianapolis Police Department on August 4, 1975. Created in response to a growing public concern for victims of crime, the Victim Assistance Unit continues to provide a critical service for the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department.

    The unit is guided by two primary goals. First, members of the Victim Assistance Unit strive to provide assistance to any person who has suffered, directly or indirectly, a physical, emotional, or personal loss as a result of a criminal act. This includes families of victims and victims of crimes not necessarily prosecuted. Second, the unit assists the department by reducing out-of-service time for officers and detectives.

    The unit is staffed with approximately fourteen civilian employees. More...
     
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    Indiana HB 1159
    Requires a law enforcement agency that receives a report concerning a missing endangered senior to prepare and forward a report within five hours to other law enforcement agencies and the National Crime Information Center and to broadcasters in the area as to where the senior may be located. Provides civil immunity to a broadcaster or newspaper that publishes or broadcasts a senior medical alert.
     
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