502 Kar 35:010. Definitions

Link to law: http://www.lrc.ky.gov/kar/502/035/010.htm
Published: 2015

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      502 KAR 35:010.




17.450, 17.460


AUTHORITY: KRS 15A.160, 17.080, 17.450


FUNCTION, AND CONFORMITY: KRS 15A.160 and 17.080 provide that the Secretary of

Justice may adopt such administrative regulations that are necessary to

properly administer the cabinet. KRS 17.450 establishes the Kentucky Missing

Child Information Center. This administrative regulation establishes the

definitions to be used in the administration of the Kentucky Missing Child

Information Center.


      Section 1. As

employed in 502 KAR 35:010 through 502 KAR 35:050, unless the context requires



"Kentucky Missing Child Information Center" means a system including

equipment, facilities, procedures, agreements and organizations thereof, for

the collection, processing, and subsequent dissemination of information related

to missing children.


"Missing child information," hereafter referred to as MCI, is

reported to and preserved in the Kentucky Missing Child Information Center. MCI

shall be inclusive of, but not limited to all information as listed on the

Kentucky Missing Persons Report Form.


"Kentucky Missing Persons Report Form" means the form furnished to

all requesters by the Kentucky State Police for the purpose of obtaining

personal identifiers, characteristics, habits and actions for use in the entry

of information in the Kentucky Missing Child Information Center.

      (4) "Law

enforcement agency" means a full-time governmental agency or any subunit

thereof which is charged with the responsibility of the detection and

prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, the maintaining of law and

order throughout the respective jurisdiction, to collect, classify and maintain

information useful for the detection of crime and the identification,

apprehension and conviction of criminals and to enforce laws within that

respective governmental jurisdiction.


"Child" means any person under eighteen (18) years of age or any

persons certified or known to be mentally incompetent or disabled. (12 Ky.R.

91; eff. 8-13-85.)