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Conway police learn more about missing child response
During the early weeks of the investigation, representatives from the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, based in Arlington, Va., came to Conway and worked closely with Conway Police, said Wagner, during a telephone interview on Feb. 27.
The center touts its access to many public databases which can help with case-analysis and mapping and which Wagner, after learning about that capability, said was impressive.
"This will broaden what we have and make it a little easier for us to respond" in the event of a missing child report, the chief said. The the other thing he and Mattei also came to quickly appreciate was that "the center has tons and tons of resources and I think that's what we got out of this class, that we're not alone."
"It was really good training," he said.
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