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What is the latest time you can have the assignment turned in today? You already had a seperate document for the missing person. I'm still not sure I can get it done for you, I'll need the final time today. Again my apologies.
Okay, I can finish it by then.
To answer your question, yes some of the missing person questions are found on the first document I sent you. The last missing person quesion is 1.3.1. The link enclosed has the remaining missing person questions. If you need help again please let me know?
Please clarify, I don't understand what you mean. I completed all the required questions in the missing form. I have even resubmitted them here in this post. Please point out exactly what has not been completed. You previously told me that you have to write everything out or your work would not be accepted. What exactly is the dropbox for? What is the new deadline, you have not answered that question?
1.1.1 - The Bureau for Missing Persons which is aninvestigative support unit that provide for the circulation and broadcasting ofmissing persons. It also has asupportive role in the investigation of a missing person's case.
1.1.2 - The distribution of information as fast and wide aspossible on a missing person is of utmost importance. Provincial Organizational Structure:Policing: Detective Service:
1. Provincial Commissioner
2. Deputy Provincial commissioner - Policing
3. Provincial Head - Detective Service
4. Provincial Commander - General Investigation(Including police stations, Missing Persons & Court Liaison Officers)
1.1.3 The Bureau for Missing Persons releases information tothe media to help the community get involved in helping to find the missingperson. The information given to themedia are controlled and only contain information that the BMP feels isappropriate.
1.2.1 - Missing Person: alive or dead, known but the locationis unknown
Found Person: passed away but known
Unidentified Person: dead people whose identities areunknown
1.2.2 - The objectives of the legal framework are to guidepolice investigators with the investigations. For instance officers need to know when a warrant is required and whenhe can enter the premises without one. The National Instruction have great value to all Investigation Officersas it stipulates the steps to be taken or what the Investigators are allowed todo during the investigation without civil claims against the SAPS.
1.2.3 - The Bureau for Missing Persons has a supportive rolein the investigation of a missing person's case. Support is given to the investigator as wellas secondary support to the reporter. The purposed is to use all the vital resources to reunite the missingperson with their family. The dutiesinclude the perusing of documents to ensure that all the information wascompleted as is expected. All cases receivedmust be registered in an acceptance register kept by the Bureau for Missingpersons. Cases received must be capturedon the Circulation system. Requests forbroadcasting must be done.
1.3.1 - The case must be determined as either criminally basedor non-criminally based. Those that arenot criminally based are sent to an investigator from Visible policing who willinvestigate the details. If it is criminallybased than it goes to the investigator from the Detective services. When dealing with children under the age of18 the case is handed off to the Serious and Violent crimes unit or the FamilyViolence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit. Follow-up leads are to be treated in the sameway as an investigation. In order to useresources wisely cases that are older may be cancelled in place of newer cases.
1.3.2 SAP 55 (A)
1.3.3 The investigator will fill out aSAPS 92 form to close the case. Afterthat the investigator will discuss with the family of the caregivers of theAlzheimer's individual about family services. This means contact numbers for groups and facilities that handle thesetypes of individuals. The family membersor caregivers will also need counseling in order to deal with the situation.
1.3.4 The investigator on the casemust fill out a SAPS 55 (B) form which will be circulated within themortuaries. This form is completed withas much information about the corpse as possible such as the clothes, jewelry,scars, and tattoos. Fingerprint collectis extremely vital in the identification process of the unidentifiedcorpses. Photographs are taken and thenthe information is circulated through the media as well. Every avenue available must be used toidentify the body until the mortuaries reach capacity and the bodies must bedeposed of for health reasons.
1.4.1 First, the SAPS 55 (A) is registeredwith a reference number to make it easier to track in circulation. Second, photos are used as a means toidentify the missing or unidentified individual. Third, the picture is required to be recent,clear, face in the front, and a close-up shot. Fourth, when group pictures are used foridentification the missing or unidentified individual needs to be pointedout. Fifth, the photo is returned oncethe case has been solved or closed.
1.4.2 The circulation process isdesigned to give the missing persons or unidentified corpses as much exposureas possible. Through this process themedia can distribute the information over a large range. Also, circulations are sent to themortuaries. The hope is that someonewill recognize the individual on the news and call in or the mortuary will havethe body.
1.4.3 SAPS 92
1.4.4 The first person to be detainedis the individual or individuals last in contact with the missing person. This may be the fastest way to capture theabductor or get additional information that could bring the missing person homesafe. The second person to be detainedwould be someone who had a grudge against the missing person. Revenge is a good motivate to get rid ofsomeone.
1.4.5 An investigator fills out the SAPS 55 (A). It is important at this point to determine ifthe missing person case is associated with a crime or not.
1. Involve the reporter in the investigation. It creates a healthy relationship and gives riseto a constant flow of information both ways.
2. Is the person really missing?
3. What is the present status of the missing person (e.g.marital)?
4. Who are the biological or adopted parents, family orfriends?
5. Have all possible witnesses, friends or family membersbeen carefully questioned?
6. Was there a motive or reason for the missing person todisappear?
7. Was there any noticeable change in behaviour beforethe disappearance?
8. Liaise with psychologists, counselors or doctors whotreated the missing person.
1.5.2 Time is the enemy in a missing person's case. Everyone moment that is lost reduces thechances of finding the missing person. Also, if the investigator is not familiar with the guidelines, he or shecould overlook some very important information. It is also possible that the actions of the investigator could produce alawsuit for him or the department.
1.6.1 The legal framework instructs the investigators on thecase how to address the public and the families such as never giving personalopinions simply the facts about the case. The legal framework leaves a distinct paper trail so the steps in theinvestigation can be followed. The legalframework does not require a waiting period for the SAPS (A) and (B) to becompleted which helps put the families or caregivers at ease. These missing individuals are important andthe public doesn't want to feel as though the investigator or the departmentdon't care.
1.6.2 One of the most important reasons for having legalprescripts is to prevent lawsuits against the investigator or the department.
1.6.3 a) yes
c)Suspicion of child endangerment.
1.6.4 The South African Police Service is legally obligated tohear and investigate any and all reports of missing persons.
1.6.5 Because the South African Police Service was formed forthe good and protection of the people, when individuals go missing thatrepresents members of society in trouble. Sometimes investigating these cases helps to bring additional criminalsto justice such as child molesters and those involved in human trafficking.
1.6.6 a) Yes
b) Victimsof crimes have experienced a trauma. Inorder to get back on track services will be required.
1.6.7 The family members and significant others of the victim
1.6.8The Victim Support group is found at the nearest police station.