Wyoming Missing Persons Website To See Changes Starting On Monday
The changes will take place on Monday, Oct. 2. According to a news release from the agency:
''The enhanced web platform facilitates publicly sharing missing person records upon database entry, detailed views, filter capabilities, and a missing person flyer page. Now, as information is entered into the DCI database, the public will immediately be able to view the missing person data.
Additional information about the missing person will be available, including an algorithmic current age and days missing calculator. Users will now be able to filter data to find information more pertinent to their inquiry and the new web page will have a flyer view, allowing users to download and print a missing person bulletin."
At the last report, the website had 86 people listed as missing in Wyoming. Those ranged from people reported missing this month all the way back to cases from the early 1980s.
People can report tips on Wyoming missing persons here. The website was launched in September 2021.
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