The Florida Legislature this year passed Senate Bill 502, the “Jennifer Kesse and Tiffany Sessions Missing Persons Act.” Governor Crist today ceremonially signed the bill, which broadens the authority of FDLE’s Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse to provide assistance on investigations involving missing adults younger than 26 and missing adults age 26 and older who are suspected by law enforcement to be in danger.
OCTOBER 28, 2008 – Yesterday, the families of missing toddlers, teenagers and adults traveled to the state Capitol for Missing Children’s Day. They were joined by Governor Charlie Crist, Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Commissioner Gerald Bailey, educators, law enforcement personnel and public officials to remember Florida’s missing children and to recognize the state’s child protection efforts…
…During Monday’s 2008 Florida Missing Children’s Day ceremony, the Governor signed the “Jennifer Kesse and Tiffany Sessions Missing Persons Act,” legislation that bolsters the state’s ability to locate endangered missing adults.
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