3 legislators propose “Green Alert’ to aid in search for missing veterans


By wsaw.com

Three Wisconsin legislators have come together to propose a bill to create an alert system when veterans go missing.

The proposed Green Alert would be similar to the state’s Silver Alert and Amber Alert.

“An alert for when a veteran goes missing in the state, that just like an Amber Alert or Silver Alert, a notice would go out so that way we can find these veterans who’ve gone missing and hopefully get them home safely, and get them any help or support that they might need,” said Senator Patrick Testin.

Senator Patrick Testin (R-Stevens Point), Representative Joel Kleefisch (R-Oconomowoc), and Senator LaTonya Johnson (D-Milwaukee) have authored the Corey Adams Searchlight Act – named for a Milwaukee Air Force Veteran who passed away earlier this year after going missing for 18 days.

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