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Silver Alert Criteria
This advisory is a notification relating to an endangered person who is confirmed to be a missing person, who is fifty (50) years or older and whom there is clear indication that the individual has an irreversible deterioration of intellectual faculties.
Silver Alert Advisory
29-15-3.2. Silver Alert advisory.
A. The department of public safety shall issue a Silver Alert if, after review and investigation of a missing person report of a person subject to the alert , the department makes an independent determination that the missing person is a person subject to the alert .
B. The department shall develop and implement Silver Alert procedures for the purpose of disseminating, as rapidly as possible, information about a person subject to the alert . The procedures shall include:
(1) notification to the lead station of the Silver Alert ;
(2) notification to other public and private media sources and members of the public as necessary;
(3) providing information about the subject of the Silver Alert , including all identifying information, to the lead station and other media sources. History: Laws 2013, Ch. 81, § 1.
Silver Alert Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Silver Alert?
What are the criteria for a Silver Alert?
When did the New Mexico Silver Alert go into effect?
What if you believe a family member is missing and falls under a Silver Alert?
What info will I need when reporting to law enforcement?
What happens when a Silver Alert goes out?
DPS pushes it out to all media outlets for broadcast: Info included is general descriptors, last seen location, photo etc. Info will go statewide, unless there is specific evidence leading one to believe the loved one is in the general area.
What police agency can push out a Silver Alert?
What If your agency is interested in Silver Alert training or developing its own policy?
What to do if one sees the Silver Alert person?
What other resources are used when a Silver Alert is issued?