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JESUS RODRIGUEZ

ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY



OFFICE OF

THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY

 COUNTY OF SAN DIEGO
BONNIE M. DUMANIS

DISTRICT ATTORNEY



San Diego

330 West Broadway, Suite 1240

San Diego, CA 92101

(619) 531-4345
http://www.sandiegoda.com


Child Abduction Unit

Request for Investigation Summary
To insure that all of the legal requirements have been met, and to efficiently handle these requests for investigation, this office has instituted the following procedures:


  • You are required to fill out the attached Request for Investigation Summary form, in ink, as completely as possible.

  • Do not allow anyone else, such as your attorney or friend, to complete this form for you.

  • Do not sign the form until you have reviewed this form with a representative of the District Attorney’s Child Abduction Unit.

You will be required to produce the following documents to a representative of the District Attorney’s Child Abduction Unit prior to an investigation being initiated:




  • One (1) certified copy of any custody or visitation order or petition for custody or visitation of the minor(s).

  • A completed Request for Investigation Summary Form.

  • A form of picture identification for yourself.

  • Photographs of the minor(s) and abducting parent (if available).

  • Certified copy(s) of the birth certificate(s) of the child(ren).

  • A request for Service of court documents must be accompanied by a $40.00 money order with the "Pay to the order of" line blank. If an outside agency is necessary to assist with the service of the documents, additional fees may be required.



Once you have completed the Request for Investigation Summary and have certified copies of all pertinent court documents, telephone the District Attorney’s Child Abduction Unit at (619) 531-4345 to schedule an appointment. Someone may not be available if you come to the office without an appointment.
The Request will be reviewed for qualifying factors necessary to open an investigation. Please be aware there are a limited number of investigators that have many other obligations to other parties on open investigations, but we will expeditiously work to handle your case when it is opened.
Request for Investigation Summary

PARENT MAKING THIS REPORT:
Full name: Last First Middle Maiden/Alias
Date of birth: Race: Sex: Height: Weight:
Hair: Eyes: Birthplace:

Home address:
Home phone: Message phone: _
Cell Phone: Service Provider: Pager:
Email Address: Provider:
Business name/Address:



Business phone: Work days/hours:



Occupation: Social Security No.:_



Drivers license/state:
Relationship to child: Relationship to abductor:
U.S. Citizen: YES NO Passport(s) No.:_
Current Spouse/significant other:

Last First Middle Maiden/Alias
Date of birth:
**The following questions are not asked to pry into your personal life. This information is needed to anticipate a possible defense by the suspect, if brought to court.

Are you receiving SSI, AFDC or welfare benefits: If so, describe:

Eligibility Worker: Phone number:

Have there ever been any reports of domestic violence regarding you and/or the abducting parent?
If so, please describe:
List all criminal history and arrests. Include; date(s) of arrest, charges, agencies involved and whether or not you were convicted:






Have you ever been charged with any crimes against children (Example: Child Abuse, Child Abandonment,
Failure to pay child support) If so, please describe:

How long have you lived at your current address?
If less than one year, please list addresses for the past year:

SUSPECTED ABDUCTOR:

Full name: Last First Middle Maiden/Alias
Date of birth: Race: Sex: Height: Weight:



Hair: Eyes: Birthplace

Home address:



Home phone: Message phone:
Cell Phone: Service Provider:
Pager: _________
Email Address: Provider:
Business name/Address:
: Business phone: Workdays/hours:

Occupation.: Social Security Number:

Drivers license/state: Relationship to child:



U.S. Citizen: YES NO Passport(s) No.:

Is suspect disabled? If yes, how?

Is suspect receiving SSI, AFDC, VA Benefits, Disability Benefits, Welfare, etc . . .




Suspects usual occupation:
Does suspect have a criminal history? Please explain:






Do you believe that the abductor or person with the child(ren) would criminally abuse the child(ren)? If so,
please explain how they would be abused and why you believe this:



Does the suspect have any habits or hobbies that would help us locate them?


What kind of vehicle does the suspect drive? Make, Model, Year, Color
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Does suspect have a life insurance policy or auto insurance?
If so, which company:
Do you believe someone assisted the suspect flee?
If so, who? (Please list name, address, phone number and any other information you may know about this
person)




Is suspect a member of any church? If yes, name and address of church:


Is suspect associated with anyone at this church who may know their whereabouts?
If so, provide name and telephone number of such person:


Is suspect a member of any club or organization? If so, name and address of club or
organization:
Does suspect have any credit cards? If so, name of credit cards and from what bank:




If suspect fled San Diego County, where do you think they would go?




Why?
What reasons do you think the suspect will give for his/her actions:



Does the suspect own any property? Where: _


Please list the suspect’s doctor, therapist and/or counselor’s name, address and telephone:


Does the suspect pay child support: To whom:
What county:

PLEASE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION REGARDING THE SUSPECT’S FAMILY AND FRIENDS:


1. Mother:

Last First Middle
Address: Telephone:

2. Father: Last First Middle
Address: Telephone:


3. Step-parent:

Last First Middle
Address: Telephone: ___



4. Step-parent: Last First Middle

Address: Telephone:


5. Sibling:

Last First Middle



Address: Telephone:


6. Sibling:

Last First Middle

Address: Telephone:
7. Sibling:

Last First Middle
Address: Telephone:


8. Friend: Last First Middle
Address: Telephone:


  1. Friend: Last First Middle


Address: Telephone:


10. Friend: Last First Middle
Address: Telephone:




Name of suspect’s current spouse, live-in boyfriend/girlfriend:
Provide whatever specific information you can regarding this person: (date of birth, physical description,
employer, vehicle description etc):





COURT ORDER INFORMATION:


Are there any current custody orders: Type of order: (divorce, temporary restraining
order, etc.)
Date of order: County/State where filed:
Court Case number:
Physical custody awarded to:
Visitation awarded to:

Terms of visitation:




Any court action pending: What type of action:
When (date and time): Where (County and state):
Have you ever been counseled by Family Court Mediation Services? When?
Attorney representing you: Phone:
Address:
Attorney representing the suspect: Phone:

Address:

Were you and the suspect previously living together: From: To:
Married: Date married: County/state:
Did suspect live with child(ren) (if unmarried) From: To:
Separated: Date of separation: City: State:
Reason for separation:



Family Support Case No.: Office:
Are your child support payments current:
Have you ever refused to allow visitation: If so, why:





Have you ever imposed conditions for visits not covered in the custody order:
If so, describe the circumstances:




Have you had custody problems in the past with the suspect:


When was the last time you were allowed visitation:
Where did this visitation take place:
What attempts have you made to enforce your court ordered visitation:




Date you last had contact with the suspect (Conversation in person or by telephone)



How and where was this last contact made?

Date you last had contact with the child (in person or by telephone)

How and where was this last contact made?


Please describe, in detail, the circumstances surrounding the abduction (How it occurred, when, where etc):



ABDUCTED CHILD #1
Full name of child: Last First Middle
Nickname:

Date of birth: Place of birth:
Race: Sex: Height: Weight: Eye Color:

Hair color: Blood type: Social Security number:
Date your child was discovered missing:


Does the minor have any broken or healed bones, artificial body parts, identifying marks/scars:


Last known school attended: (Name, address and phone number)





Name, address, telephone number of babysitter:



Name, address of pediatrician:








ABDUCTED CHILD #2

Full name of child: Last First Middle
Nickname:

Date of birth: Place of birth:
Race: Sex: Height: Weight: Eye Color:

Hair color: Blood type: Social Security number:
Date your child was discovered missing:



Does the minor have any broken or healed bones, artificial body parts, identifying marks/scars:



Last known school attended: (Name, address and phone number)





Name, address, telephone number of babysitter:



Name, address of pediatrician:








ABDUCTED CHILD #3

Full name of child: Last First Middle
Nickname:

Date of birth: Place of birth:
Race: Sex: Height: Weight: Eye Color:

Hair color: Blood type: Social Security number:
Date your child was discovered missing:



Does the minor have any broken or healed bones, artificial body parts, identifying marks/scars:


Last known school attended: (Name, address and phone number)





Name, address, telephone number of babysitter:



Name, address of pediatrician:





ABDUCTED CHILD #4
Full name of child: Last First Middle
Nickname:

Date of birth: Place of birth:
Race: Sex: Height: Weight: Eye Color:

Hair color: Blood type: Social Security number:
Date your child was discovered missing:



Does the minor have any broken or healed bones, artificial body parts, identifying marks/scars:


Last known school attended: (Name, address and phone number)





Name, address, telephone number of babysitter:



Name, address of pediatrician:



NOTE: Sign and initial this page in the presence of a representative of the San Diego County District Attorney’s Child Abduction Unit.

If, after a six month period, my child(ren) have not been located, I authorize the Office of the District Attorney to enter my child(ren)’s photograph and information on the District Attorney’s website on the Internet.

Initial Date

I understand and agree that if I do any follow-up investigation on my own and attempt to recover my child(ren), I am doing it without the authorization of the District Attorney’s office and I will be responsible for anything that may occur as a result of my actions.

Initial Date


I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California that the foregoing is true and correct, and that this declaration was executed at the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office, San Diego County, California.




Signature Date






Investigator’s Signature Date



Type of Identification


Revised 05/05

Summary.frm





NOTICE
The Child Abduction Unit of the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office exists to aid parents who have had children abducted, in some cases prosecute those who have violated the criminal laws applicable to child abduction and to represent the Superior Court pursuant to Civil Code section 3130, when the court orders the District Attorney to locate and recover missing children.
AT NO TIME IS THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY REPRESENTING YOU AS AN INDIVIDUAL. The District Attorney represents the people of the State of California and/or the Superior Court.
There is no attorney/client relationship. Therefore, any information you provide the District Attorney’s Office is not confidential and may be subject to disclosure pursuant to the court rules or at the discretion of the staff of the District Attorney’s Office. Any address and/or telephone numbers obtained will be confidential and will not be released without authorization.
DUE TO THE VOLATILE NATURE OF DOMESTIC/CUSTODY CASES, COMBINED WITH THE ETHICAL AND LEGAL CONSIDERATIONS, THIS OFFICE WILL NOT RESPOND TO INQUIRIES AS TO THE STATUS OF YOUR COMPLAINT. ONCE THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY INITIATES A CASE, THE DECISION ON HOW TO PROCEED AND RESOLVE THE CASE IS WITHIN THE SOLE DISCRETION OF THE OFFICE OF THE DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
The priority of the Child Abduction Unit is to protect and return children who have been abducted.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A COURT ORDER FOR CUSTODY OR VISITATION, YOU MUST OBTAIN ONE AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. If you have an ongoing visitation problem and a valid court order, you must bring the problem before the court (Order to Show Cause Re: Contempt) and show a good faith effort to resolve the problem in court before the District Attorney’s Office can consider handling your case. If you have an order which states “reasonable visitation” or “visitation as agreed upon” you must petition the court to specify your visitation rights, otherwise, the court order is unenforceable. If you and the other party have verbally changed the terms of the order, you must go back into court for a new order. In order to bring any action before the court, you must file the proper documents. The District Attorney is not a private attorney and cannot give you advice on how to fill out your paperwork or file papers for you. There are several ways to file: hire an attorney, contact a typing service, contact Legal Aid (They will advise you whether they will be able to help you) and/or file the documents yourself.
The questionnaire you file with the District Attorney’s Office is an official police report. Every person who reports to the District Attorney’s Investigator or other police officer that a crime has been committed (in this case, parental child abduction) and knows the report to be false, is guilty of a misdemeanor and can be prosecuted pursuant to California Penal Code section 148.5. Further, you are declaring UNDER PENALTY OF PERJURY that the information is true and correct (California Penal Code section 118).

I have read and understand the above notice:
Victim/Parent Date


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