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Missing Persons Listing. When is a person determined missing? How to Report a Missing Person. Missing Children Information and Resources. California Missing Children Clearinghouse. Links to websites outside of lapdonline. Enlaces a sitios web fuera de lapdonline. Los Angeles Police Department. Not all adult missing persons are the victims of kidnapping, murders, or some other criminal act. There are a variety of reasons why a person voluntarily disappears including mental illness, depression, substance abuse, credit problems, abusive relationships, or marital discord.
Any adult person can simply walk away, and choose to ignore family, friends, associates and employers. You can go to any LAPD Area station near where the missing person resides, or make a telephonic report by calling the local non-emergency telephone number of the Area station in the jurisdiction in which the missing person is a resident. Be prepared to provide information on the missing person, including birth date or age, physical descriptions, and most importantly, any medical information.
Police will also need to know the circumstances surrounding the disappearance and the last location where the missing person had been seen or was known to be. Also provide any known associates and telephone numbers of persons who know the missing person.
Other helpful information that may be provided: cell phone numbers, e-mail addresses, or social network information. When an adult person has been reported missing to police, he or she is entered into a nationwide database; this will assist other law enforcement agencies in finding the missing person. As a general rule, all people have a right to be left alone, and police intrusion into their lives must be minimal. Once the missing person is found by police, the Department will notify the person who made the report.
However, police cannot disclose the location or whereabouts of the missing person without his or her consent. If the missing person returns on his or her own….. It is highly likely the missing person will return on his or her own, or contact family and friends. If this occurs, you must notify the police as soon as possible. You can call the adult Missing Persons Unit, weekdays 7am to 4pm , at For after hours, or on the weekends, please leave a message.