Petition Closed

It appears that several of the smaller City Police Departments do not have officers specialized in the handling of Missing Child Cases which have resulted in belated response of the FBI and specialized government agents to come onto the scene. Children who may be abducted in similar circumstances will have less chances of being found! A delay in calling in specially trained enforcement when faced with Jorelys Rivera left gaps in finding this child in a timely manner! 

http://www.ajc.com/news/canton-police-chief-quits-1308509.html

Requiring each and every city and state government to employ a specialized department will prevent delays that could save a child's life! Each and every city and county should have administrators ON HAND with the programmatic framework to manage a missing-child response within their agency’s jurisdiction!

Letter to
Jorelys Law President of the United States, US Senate, and US House of Representatives
A Child is Missing
U.S. House of Representatives
and 5 others
U.S. Senate
Georgia State House
Georgia State Senate
President of the United States
Georgia Governor
I just signed the following petition addressed to: President of the United States, US Senate, and US House of Representatives.

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Jurisdictional Missing Child Specialized Skills Department

It appears that several of the smaller City Police Departments do not have officers specialized in the handling of Missing Child Cases which have resulted in belated response of the FBI and specialized government agents to come onto the scene. Children who may be abducted in similar circumstances will have less chances of being found!

A delay in calling in specially trained enforcement when faced with Jorelys Rivera left gaps in finding this child in a timely manner! See newest information about the independent investigation of the Canton Police Department's handling of Jorelys Riveras case:
http://www.ajc.com/news/canton-police-chief-quits-1308509.html
Requiring each and every city and state government to employ a specialized department will prevent delays that could save a child's life! Each and every city and county should have administrators ON HAND 911 response units with the programmatic framework to manage a missing-child response within their agency’s jurisdiction!

If City Police Departments are capable of receiving funds to protect their citizens - there is NO EXCUSE not to have trained professionals when it comes to missing children!
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Sincerely,

Terri Arnold