Nevada Revised Statutes Section 179A.400 - Procedure in Criminal Cases

Creation; contents; retention of records; dissemination of information.

1. The Repository for Information Concerning Missing Persons is hereby created within the Central Repository.

2. The Repository for Information Concerning Missing Persons must contain a complete and systematic record of all persons who reside in this State who are reported missing.

3. Each record must include, without limitation, a data field for the following information concerning a missing person:

(a) The missing personís:

(1) Name, sex and race;

(2) Date and place of birth;

(3) Height and weight;

(4) Eye and hair color;

(5) Skin tone;

(6) Fingerprint classification;

(7) Social security number;

(8) Blood type;

(9) Footprint;

(10) Body X rays;

(11) Dental X rays, models and photographs; and

(12) Prescription for eyeglasses or contact lenses;

(b) Remarks of any dentist concerning the missing person;

(c) Any scar, mark, tattoo or other identifying characteristic of the missing person;

(d) The number, state and date of expiration of the driverís license of the missing person;

(e) The year, make, model, style, color and vehicle identification number of the motor vehicle of the missing person;

(f) The number, state, type and date of expiration of the license plate of the motor vehicle of the missing person;

(g) The date of last contact with the missing person;

(h) Whether the missing person is circumcised;

(i) The type and description of any jewelry the missing person may be wearing;

(j) The identifier of the originating agency; and

(k) The originating case number.

4. The Central Repository shall maintain each record of a missing person for 20 years after the person is located.

5. Records within the Repository for Information Concerning Missing Persons may be disseminated by an agency of criminal justice without restriction.

Last modified: February 25, 2006