Personals are for people local to Springfield, MO and are for ages 18+ of either sex. Louis Citizens’ Academy Alumni Association (FBISTLCAAA) are spearheading an effort to help the FBI, Senath Police Department, and the Dunklin County Sheriff’s office to distribute free Child ID Kits in Senath, Missouri, where 3-year-old Breeann Rodriguez disappeared. The kits also allow parents to collect and store a saliva sample for DNA.
Source: The Senath, MO crime data displayed above is derived from the FBI's uniform crime reports for the year of 2014.
The crime report encompasses more than 18,000 city and state law enforcement agencies reporting data on property and violent crimes.
The uniform crime reports program represents approximately 309 million American residents, which results in 98% coverage of metropolitan statistical areas.
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The National Child Identification Program was created by the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) in 1997 as a community service.
In 2001, the FBI worked in conjunction with the AFCA in distributing the National Child Identification Program ID Kits.
The FBI Citizens’ Academy gives recognized business, civic and religious leaders a rare look behind the scenes of the FBI. A limited number of participants are selected from a pool of applicants nominated by FBI employees or academy alumni members.
Parents can carry a wallet card which has a spot for a fingerprint and a current photo of the child.
The information WILL NOT go into any law enforcement database.