Kimberly's Call, established by legislation in 2006, is an emergency alert issued by local law enforcement when violent criminals are at large and may be of serious threat to the public.
Criteria for Activation
- The criminal has not been apprehended and may be of serious threat to the public.
- Sufficient information is available to disseminate to the public that could assist in locating the suspect.
- If the criminal has been identified, arrest warrants have been obtained.
- The criminal is entered into National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database.
- The law enforcement agency must issue a statewide broadcast to law enforcement/911 centers.
How to Access Protocol and Bulletins
Kimberly’s Call procedures and bulletins are posted on a secured Web site hosted by the Georgia Crime Information Center (GCIC).
Access to the site is limited to the criminal justice community.