Missing child definition

Missing child means any child less than eighteen years of age in licensed care or under the care, custody, and authority of CA and the child's whereabouts are unknown and/or the child has left care without the permission of the child's caregiver or CA. This does not include children in dependency guardianship.
Missing child means any person under the age of 18 years who is missing from the person's home environment or a temporary placement facility for any reason and whose location cannot be determined by the person responsible for the child's care.
Missing child means a child whose whereabouts are unknown to the legal custodian of the child and:

Examples of Missing child in a sentence

  • Missing child when local authorities have been contacted for help.

  • Missing child: a child reported as missing to the police by their family or carers.

  • Missing child reports - The initial officer will complete a computer generated missing child event report on any missing child.

  • Section 33.051(2), Education Code, is amended toread as follows:(2) "Missing child" means a child whose whereabouts are unknown to the legal custodian of the child and:(A) the circumstances of whose absence indicate that the child did not voluntarily leave the care and control of the custodian and that the taking of the child was not authorized by law; or(B) the child has engaged in conduct indicating a need for supervision under Section 51.03(b)(2) [51.03(b)(3)], Family Code.SECTION 17.

  • Rule 3.145) A licensee shall develop, adopt, follow and maintain on file written policies and procedures governing the handling of emergencies, including: 3.4.15.1.1 Accident; 3.4.15.1.2 Bomb threat; 3.4.15.1.3 Fire; 3.4.15.1.4 Flooding; 3.4.15.1.5 Medical; 3.4.15.1.6 Missing child; 3.4.15.1.7 Power outage; or 3.4.15.1.8 Severe weather conditions.


More Definitions of Missing child

Missing child means a child who has run away or is otherwise missing from the home or the care, custody, and control of the child's parents, guardian, legal custodian, or other person having responsibility for the child.
Missing child means a child whose whereabouts are unknown to the child's legal custodian, the circumstances of whose absence indicate that:
Missing child means any person under the age of 18 years who is missing
Missing child means any person under the age of 18 years, whose temporary or permanent residence is in Connecticut or is believed to be in Connecticut, whose location has not been determined, and who has been reported as missing to a law enforcement agency.
Missing child means a child whose whereabouts are unknown to the child's custodian and
Missing child means any child under the age of 18 whose whereabouts are unknown
Missing child means an individual under eighteen (18) years of age who is reported to a law enforcement agency as abducted, lost, missing or a runaway.