44-2-503. Missing children information program. (1) The department of justice shall establish a missing children information program to create a central repository to aid in the location of missing children in Montana.
(2) The missing children information program shall:
(a) establish a system of intrastate communication of information relating to any child determined to be missing by the parent, guardian, or legal custodian of the child or by a law enforcement authority;
(b) provide a centralized file for the exchange of information on missing children within the state, including information obtained under the provisions of 44-2-401;
(c) interface with the national crime information center computer system for exchange of information on children suspected of interstate travel; and
(d) provide the superintendent of public instruction each month with a list of missing Montana school children for the purposes of 44-2-506.
History: En. Sec. 3, Ch. 559, L. 1985.