Texas Enacts New Alert Program for Missing Adults
Governor Greg Abbott signed a bill authorizing the new alert system. “We do know that had it been in place that there was a possibility that D’Lisa Kelley would still be with us today” said Rose.
The Department of Public Safety will be in charge of issuing these alerts.
It will serve as an alert system for missing adults ages 18 – 64, whose cases meet certain criteria. Such as: them being in “imminent danger,” and likely not voluntarily missing. The alert system will only operate in Texas, but Lasondra says she plans to push the effort nationwide.
Read more at “Texas governor authorizes AMBER Alert-style system for adults” at Fox 7 Austin.