Minnesota has had its share of high-profile missing child cases. Each case has brought its own challenges for the dedicated law enforcement officers working to find a resolution for families and the community. This presentation uses case examples from the 1980s to the present to show how far we have come in responding to missing children and how the past has helped to direct current efforts in case management.
Explain Legacy Laws and how they can be helpful or harmful to other victim families.
Describe what a parallel investigation is and why they are used in missing child investigations.
Critique the positive changes in the missing child advocacy movement and what steps should come next.