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New community effort to keep children with disabilities safe
(Bismarck, N.D.)—The Bismarck Police Department and the Sanford Health Dakota Children’s Advocacy Center (DCAC) have teamed up to develop a plan to improve outcomes of missing children with special needs in the Bismarck/Burleigh County area.
This plan includes:
If your child resides in the Bismarck/Burleigh area, the first step is to fill out the authorization form and questionnaire. Then send the information to the Bismarck Police Department. Both forms can be downloaded at bismarck.sanfordhealth.org/dcac, click “Community” on the left-hand side, then “Keeping children with disabilities safe.”
For more information, call the DCAC at (701) 323-5626.
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