Intake Forms

Please print and complete forms with signature. Forms can be completed on the computer but must be signed. Return to the Missing Child Center-Hawaii either by fax to (808) 586-1424, or mail to Missing Child Center-Hawaii, Department of the Attorney General, 425 Queen Street, Honolulu, HI 96813. They may also be scanned and e-mailed to hawaiimissingkids@hawaii.gov. Please remember to include a photo of your child. Digital photos can be emailed to hawaiimissingkids@hawaii.gov.

Endangered runaway – situations when a juvenile leaves home without the parent’s or legal guardian’s permission. Includes endangered runaway checklist, child bio information form, checklist for case managers, and photo and information release.

Family Abduction – the taking, keeping or concealing of a child or children by a parent, other family member, person acting on behalf of the parent or family member that deprives another individual of his or her custody or visitation rights. These can be domestic or international. Family abductions can occur before or after a court issues a custody determination. Criminal statues vary across the country as to the title of the offense and the conduct that is considered unlawful. If your missing child case is a Family Abduction, please complete the following forms and return them to our center. Family Abduction Intake Forms include the following forms: Intake Checklist, Child Bio, Abductor Bio, Photo & Information Release and Family Abduction questionnaire.

Non-Family Abduction- Involves the movement of a child using physical force or threat, the detention of a child in a place of isolation, or the luring of a child younger than 15 years old for the purposes of ransom, concealment or intent to keep permanently. If your missing child case is a Non-Family Abduction, please complete the following forms and return them to our center. Non-Family Abduction Intake Forms include the following forms: Intake Checklist, Child Bio, Abductor Bio, Photo & Information Release and Non-Family Abduction questionnaire.

Lost or Missing- This category describes a child who is missing involuntarily, is injured, or otherwise lost or missing. Lost or Missing Intake Forms include the following forms: Intake Checklist, Child Bio, Abductor Bio, Photo & Information Release and Lost, Injured or Otherwise Missing questionnaire.

This includes instructions on how to email your photo.