Assist in the coordination of investigations of missing persons to include adults and children.
Entry of all unidentified persons in Utah into the National Crime Information Center.
Train Law Enforcement and the public on the Utah AMBER alert and the Endangered Missing Advisory.
Notify Utah Vital statistics of all Utah born missing persons for flagging of birth certificates.
Maintain the Utah Missing Persons website with information and photos of missing persons and unidetified.
Coordinate with Law Enforcement nationwide with missing persons and unidentified persons cases.
Act as an information center producing and distributing bulletins, reports, newsletters, and the findings of research studies.
Provide a network link to NCIC, FBI, and INTERPOL, for international investigative and information exchange.
Collect and maintain computerized data and investigative information on missing persons.
Coordinate with and provide assistance to state and local public and private non-profit agencies including those of other states and the federal government, in the location and recovery of missing persons.
Establish and operate a statewide, toll-free telephone line for reports of missing persons and reports of sightings of missing persons.
Provide a uniform reporting and investigation protocol relating to missing persons for law enforcement agencies within the state
Assist in the training of law enforcement, other professionals, and the public on issues relating to missing persons.
Operate a resource center of information regarding prevention of abduction and exploitation.