2016 NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics
2015 NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics
The National Crime Information Center’s (NCIC) Missing Person File was implemented in 1975. Records in the Missing Person File are retained indefinitely, until the individual is located, or the record is canceled by the entering agency.
During my four years of searching for my son, Lamont, the NOT KNOWING made my agonizing days intolerable. The pain and suffering when a person goes missing is unbearable and not knowing is infinite and incalculable.
WE ASKED…YOU ANSWERED…With overwhelming support resulting in the passage of the “Lamont Dottin law” in the Senate with a majority vote of 58-3 before the 2014 session ended. While the Assembly Bill stalled, we have no doubt, with your continued support, the bill WILL pass the Assembly and Senate when session resumes in January 2015.
We’re currently building a research team for the foundation. If you are interested in becoming a member of this group, feel free to contact us.
Re-introduce The La Mont Dottin’s Law Assembly Bill A8961 & Senate Bill 7404 which eliminates the age restriction and prevents NYC from arbitrarily excluding person from being reported as missing simply because they are between 19-64. The law assures that all families of missing loved have complete access to both local and statewide agencies and receive full cooperation and assistance of the City of New York regardless of age.
The La Mont Dottin Foundation will hold a press conference at New York City Hall to reaffirms its commitment to address the issues of “no transparency”, “no accountability”, “no access” and ultimately “no closure” for families of missing and exploited children/adults across New York and its’ burial ground known as Potter’s Field.
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