Measure guarantees the urgency in the attention of these cases and facilitates the intervention of entities in support of the police
The charges for the disappearance of people will immediately be handled, as announced today legislative decree created on the initiative of the Ministry of the Interior.
The regulations stipulate that after the complaint will be made known to the disappearance to the authorities, which must be dealt with immediately and at any time. An important point to note is that the complaints will be carried out without having to endure the 24 hours normally requested.
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This way as fast as one complaint in the event of disappearance, the police will alarm in all its units and in border migration control posts. The same will happen in ports, airports, land terminals, customs, health centers, educational institutions, the mortuary and municipalities.
Meanwhile, emergency warnings will be activated in cases of reports of disappearances of children and adolescents, which are formulated with the media, communication operators and transport companies. Likewise, the activation of a warning is included for the case of female victims of violence who have disappeared.
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The dissemination of both instruments will be carried out using the Portal of missing persons, Among other available resources in the state. In this way it engages government agencies, private companies and citizens in general and adapts the computer, technological and geolocation systems that help in the search for and location of missing persons.
This law also provides that national information on missing persons centralizes and organizes information throughout the country in a single database of missing persons and already established persons.
An important aspect of the rule is that it is not only used for cases of disappearance of people in vulnerable situations, such as minors, but also for the elderly, the disabled, displaced persons, migrants, women who are the victims of violence, indigenous peoples, among others.