Hesser Missing Persons Policy

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Missing Persons Policy Purpose: The purpose of the Missing Persons Policy is to ensure that any student who is missing and whose safety may be compromised is reported to the appropriate authorities in a timely manner. This policy applies to students who reside in campus housing. 1. A person is considered to be “missing” when the person has not been seen or heard from for 24 hours, or unusual circumstances lead to a reasonable belief that a person may be identified as missing. Such unusual circumstances include a report or suspicion that the missing person: 1.1. May be the victim of foul play; 1.2. Has expressed suicidal thoughts; 1.3. Is drug-dependent; 1.4. Is in a life-threatening situation; or 1.5. Has been with persons who may endanger the student’s welfare. 2. Students, employees, or other individuals should report any missing persons to the Campus security officer, the Dean of Students, the Director of Student Services, or the local law enforcement agency. 3.
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