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« Thread started on: Jan 29th, 2006, 04:27am »

Jill,

I have some questions that has really been bothering me about missing persons.
First, I understand that missing persons normally have the low priority on the investigation cases. Is it true, that most of the time police waits for the body to come up, instead of really putting an effort into the case? If this is true, how can the public change this type of procedure?

I also would like to know if the police even go over the cases during the course of the year? I feel that they do not and they just wait until a creditable tip comes along. In this case, no one can be saved from harm and the preditors will go free to kill again.

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« Reply #1 on: Jan 29th, 2006, 2:46pm »

on Jan 29th, 2006, 04:27am, brightstars wrote:
Jill,

I have some questions that has really been bothering me about missing persons.
First, I understand that missing persons normally have the low priority on the investigation cases. Is it true, that most of the time police waits for the body to come up, instead of really putting an effort into the case? If this is true, how can the public change this type of procedure?

I also would like to know if the police even go over the cases during the course of the year? I feel that they do not and they just wait until a creditable tip comes along. In this case, no one can be saved from harm and the preditors will go free to kill again.

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Karen,

I heard last night from a mom that her family went 2 yrs. without any phone calls or anything from their police investigator. Their child is missing.
I often wonder how much they do work on these cases, when the families are not calling them every single day raising cain. I have heard that you have to call them every day and ask questions in order to get anything done.
I think you may be referring to Richard Allen Davis and the Polly Klaas murder b/c that aired the other night on AETV. Davis should have never been out on the streets like many of these perverts. How many times does it take before our court system realizes the problem? This is all something sadly I think the community has to take the burden of. You'd think there'd be somebody to help you when your loved one becomes a victim, but often times, they fall between the cracks.
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