Alaska Statutes.
Title 18. Health, Safety, and Housing
Chapter 65. Police Protection
Section 610. Duties of Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse.
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AS 18.65.610. Duties of Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse.

(a) The missing persons information clearinghouse is established as a central repository of information regarding missing persons.

(b) The clearinghouse shall

(1) establish within the state a system and appropriate procedures for communication of information regarding missing persons;

(2) collect, maintain, and disseminate accurate and complete information on missing persons for the purpose of identifying, locating, and returning them;

(3) provide for exchange of information on missing persons within the state;

(4) cooperate with private citizens, local law enforcement agencies, and other state and federal agencies in investigations concerning missing persons;

(5) provide training and assistance to law enforcement agencies to promote effective use of the clearinghouse.

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