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Endangered Person Advisory a Work in Progress



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(KSL News) -- Utah has a new tool to help find missing people. It's called the Endangered Person Advisory.

It was introduced a month ago, but its a work in progress. Authorities plan to adjust the program to fit Utah's needs.

Right now, to list a person on the Endangered Person Advisory police must believe the individual is

  • missing under unexplained or suspicious circumstances.
  • or believed to be in danger because of age, health, mental or physical disability, environment or weather conditions,
  • or if the person is with a potentially dangerous person.

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