Section #1
The data in Section #1 is available only to CUFF and is not provided to anyone without your written consent.

New Entry Change Existing Entry .
 CITY  .
 PHONE(S) Enter: (703) 555-4456; (703) 555-4457
How do you want a Searcher to contact you?  Select one or more methods.
   If relationship to subject is not listed in the form, select OTHER and describe it here.
 PASSWORD Enter 8 characters in any order. Use letters and/or numbers only; no symbols.

                                                     Section #2

Section 2 is the contact information for reporting a located fugitive.  If the subject has a warrant, contact can be through CUFF or the agency holding the warrant.  Enter the agency information below. You will be contacted at the phone or e-mail provided in Section 1 if the fugitive is caught.  If you are entering information on a criminal history or civil judgment and want to be contacted, CUFF will contact you at the e-mail or phone provided in Section 1.

In order for the fugitive's information to be published, we must have verifying information from the law enforcement agency that holds the warrant.  This can be provided with a link to a Most Wanted posting on the agency's Website, a court record e-mailed as a pdf or other written documents from the agency that identify the fugitive.  The documents must identify the agency and a contact phone number.


 CONTACT NAME Detective, bail bonds agent, child support enforcement officer
 ORGANIZATION Law enforcement jurisdiction, child support agency, bail bonds company 
 PHONE(S) Enter: (703) 555-4456; (703) 555-4457



Format instructions are at the right of each form field.  Click TIPS for more detailed explanations or examples.  In all fields where more than one entry is submitted, use a semicolon and space to separate each individual entry.  Avoid full sentences.  Use phrases or words.  If appropriate, use capital letters, but the search is not case sensitive and your entry will be returned in a search with either lower or upper case. 

The States From field is the only field in which the state's name is not abbreviated.  In some fields you are asked to add the state abbreviation to specific data and in others, you may choose to include a state as part of the information.  Make sure the abbreviation is correct by checking this form:
    FIRST NAME If unknown name, leave ? default. 
    or INITIAL
If unknown name, leave ? default.   
    LAST NAME If unknown name, leave ? default. 
Enter all alias first and middle names and nick names used by subject, e.g., Harry; Tom; Sly  
    ALIAS LAST NAMES Enter all alias last names used by subject, e.g., Crane; Brown; Smith  
    GENDER If unsure because of disguise, etc., enter both.
    RACE/NATIONALITY If race appears mixed or uncertain, enter all that might apply.  TIPS 
    YOUNGEST AGE If unknown, leave 0.  Enter the latest year for DOB, e.g., 1974.  Enter numbers only in this field to prevent an error when the form is submitted.
    OLDEST AGE If unknown, leave 0. Enter the earliest year for DOB, e.g., 1933.
Enter numbers only in this field to prevent an error when the form is submitted.
    SHORTEST INCHES If unknown, leave 0 . Enter the least possible height.   
    TALLEST INCHES If unknown, leave 0. Enter greatest possible height. 
    LIGHTEST  If unknown, leave 0. Enter the least the subject might weigh.  Enter numbers only in this field to prevent an error when the form is submitted.
    HEAVIEST If unknown, leave 0. Enter the most the subject might weigh.  Enter numbers only in this field to prevent an error when the form is submitted.
    HAIR  Include style, balding, etc. TIPS
    EYE COLOR Include glasses, contact lens.  TIPS
    SOCIAL SECURITY # Format: 123-45-6789.  Use hyphens. TIPS 
    DOB Format: Mo/Day/Year (01/07/1957) TIPS  
    REGION FROM Region most closely associated with subject. includes other countries.
    STATES FROM Enter states associated with subject, i.e., former residences, place of birth, potential hideouts, location of  outstanding warrants. TIPS
    PROFESSION Enter all words related to any jobs subject has done or may do in the future. e.g.: Carpet cleaner; electrician; mechanic  TIPS
Enter all unique physical traits of the subject. e.g.: Limps on left foot; Speech impediment; Lazy right eye.  See TIPS for scar & tattoo format.  TIPS
    KEYWORDS Enter any words or phrases associated with the subject, ranging from habits (gambling; cigarettes) to hobbies and favorite sayings.  TIPS
    DRIVER'S LICENSE NO. Enter State, dash, then number, e.g., CA-12345JK4  TIPS
    VEHICLE  Vehicle Description:
Plate Number and/or VIN
Enter description of vehicle in the top form and the Plate and/or VIN in the bottom form.  Format:  PLATE - XXXXXX  OR  VIN - XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX.  
Check format for each.   TIPS
    ENTRY PURPOSE Select all reasons for entry. TIPS
    EVENT MONTH 2 Digits: 01,02,11 Month connected with event that prompted database entry.  Might not be the warrant date. TIPS
    EVENT YEAR 4 Digits: 1968, 2000 Year connected with event that prompted database entry.  Might not be the warrant date.  TIPS 
    REWARD e.g.,500,1000,10000 For unspecified reward, enter 1 TIPS  
    PHOTO SENT BY: See instructions at the end of form.
    BACKGROUND INFO: If desired, describe in 300 words or less the events that have prompted you to enter the subject into the database.  Use phrases when possible.  Use this field to add any info not available for selection in any other form field. TIPS 
Enter yes only if verification is to be provided. CUFF will not be able to publish warrant information if the required data is not provided.
    MULTIPLE WARRANTS If more than one outstanding warrant, provide info. on each below. 
    WARRANT #1   Municipality:

Mo. 2 Digits:(01,04)
Yr. 4 Digits (1968)
 Warrant Number:
Enter the municipality where the warrant was issued and the charge on the warrant.  If the warrant is for parole or probation violation, include the original charge.  View required documentationTIPS
    WARRANT #2    Municipality:

Mo. 2 Digits:(01,04)
Yr. 4 Digits (1968)
 Warrant Number:
See Warrant #1 for TIPS.  Enter Warrant #2 in this field.  If the subject has more than two outstanding warrants, enter the additional warrant info in the Other Warrants & Criminal Histories field at the bottom of this form.  
    NCIC NUMBER FBI's National Crime Identification Center Number
Enter numbers such as Dept. of Corrections Number, Court Case Number, Child Enforcement Case Number, etc. TIPS
    CIVIL JUDGMENT INFO To see how to enter the data, click TIPS. To see what documentation you must send, click: Required documentation
Enter others connected to subject and their relationship.  TIPS
   Does subject have criminal record other than the current outstanding warrant. View required documentation.  TIPS
  CRIMINAL HISTORY #1  Municipality


Conviction Mo: 2 Digits (03,12)
Conviction Yr.    4 Digits (1998, 2000)
Enter the municipality where the conviction occurred, the charge and the date of conviction.  TIPS
  CRIMINAL HISTORY #2 Municipality


Conviction Mo.   2 Digits (03,12)
Conviction Yr.    4 Digits (1998, 2000)
See Criminal History #1 for TIPS.  Enter a second criminal history record in this field.  Enter additional criminal records for the subject in the Other Warrants & Criminal Histories field below.
Enter additional warrants and criminal histories.  Include the same data as appears in the respective fields above. TIPS
I have read  CUFF's Privacy & Usage Policy and agree to the terms. Yes No  

After submitting, check your entries carefully on the Confirmation Page.  You can  make corrections to any errors by clicking BACK in your browser.  This will save all entries and return  you to this form.  Only the information in your final entry will be published in the database.

PHOTO SUBMISSION - E-Mail a photo of the subject to cuffnonprof@earthlink.  Include in the e-mail your password, your name, the subject's name and the date of your submission.

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