Missing Persons Clearinghouse
On May 25, 2005, National Missing Children's Day, the Nebraska Unicameral passed LB-111, Jason's Law, establishing the Nebraska Missing Persons Clearinghouse.
Jason's Law was created by the family of Jason Jolkowski, of Omaha, Nebraska. Jason was 19-years old when he disappeared from in front of his Omaha home on June 13,2001. Jason remains one of Nebraska's missing persons.
The Nebraska State Patrol serves as a central repository for information on all persons reported missing in Nebraska.
In accordance with Jason's Law, all law enforcement agencies in the state are required to submit information on persons reported missing from their jurisdiction to the Clearinghouse. This information is then published to the Clearinghouse website to assist Nebraska law enforcement in locating those missing from Nebraska.
The Nebraska Missing Persons Information Clearinghouse can be reached at either of the following numbers:
402-479-4986 (in the Lincoln Metro Area)
Toll Free 1-877-441-LOST (1-877-441-5678)