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Missing Persons Procedure

  1. Initial Complaint received.
  2. Preliminary investigation interviews conducted.
  3. Completion of missing person form and make entry into National Crime Information Center.
  4. An entry and broadcast will be placed into the New Jersey TRAK System.
  5. Information disseminated to additional law enforcement Agencies.
  6. Contact the individual identified by such student as their emergency contact person in the event such student is determined to be missing for a period of more than 24 hours.
  7. If such a student is under 18 years of age and not emancipated, their custodial parent or legal guardian will be contacted immediately and they will be put into the Amber Alert system.
  8. A Rowan Text Alert message and email will be sent out to the Rowan Community.
  9. A new release will be generated.
  10. Prepare case report documentation and pertinent paperwork for case file. 
  11. Conduct follow up investigation.