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S*0321 (Rat #0143, Act #0098 of 1985) General Bill, By N.W. Smith, Branton, Giese, C.T. Hinson, Leatherman, J.M. Long, A.S. Macaulay, T.W. Mitchell, E.J. Patterson and N.A. Theodore
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    A Bill to create a Missing Person Information Center as a part of the State Law Enforcement Division to serve as a central repository for information regarding missing persons and missing and exploited children, to provide for the functions and duties of the Center, to require certain actions by law enforcement agencies upon receipt of a missing person report to require certain actions by a parent, spouse, legal guardian or custodial agency after submitting a missing person report, to make it unlawful for any person without authorization to release any data or information maintained by the Center and to provide penalties for violation, and to create a Missing Person Task Force to make recommendations by July 1, 1986, concerning long-range plans for gathering and processing information on missing persons and missing children.
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03/06/85Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-760
03/06/85Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-760
04/17/85Senate Committee report: Favorable Judiciary SJ-1539
04/18/85Senate Read second time SJ-1611
04/19/85Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-1695
04/23/85House Introduced and read first time HJ-2618
04/23/85House Referred to Committee on Ways and Means HJ-2618
05/08/85House Committee report: Favorable Ways and Means HJ-2965
05/08/85House Read second time HJ-3031
05/09/85House Read third time and enrolled HJ-3085
05/15/85 Ratified R 143
05/16/85 Signed By Governor
05/16/85 Effective date 07/01/85
05/16/85 Act No. 98
05/16/85 Section 13 of this Act takes effect 01/01/86
05/28/85 Copies available

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