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Justin Everett of Jefferson County said. It seems like this is just a simple interpretation of what the law is. The law says an ‘abducted child’ means a child whose whereabouts are unknownlanguage that is interpreted by different people in different ways. interview skills in urduEverett, an influential member of the Houses Public Health Care and Human Services Committee, said the system should trust local police to make a determination of danger on a case-by-case basis — whether an abduction has occurred or not. I think law enforcement, working with the CBI, [could determine] what would be a slight rule change to maybe make this a little bit more efficient and a little bit more effective, and obviously save a few more kids– I think that would be the best route to go first, Everett said. If the CBI does not act to improve its rules, Everett said that is possibly where the legislature needs to intervene. The lawmaker also said Amber Alerts need to be reserved for truly dangerous situations. Every time a child runs away from home isnt necessarily reason enough for a statewide alert. Through public pressure, I think this would be a simple rule change initiated by the CBI, said Everett. Late Tuesday, State Rep. Recommended SiteLois Landgraf of Fountain said she agreed with Everett’s approach and ideas.

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