Here’s where to start: Is the person on your doorstep a friend?
A loved one?
A friend or a stranger?
Is there anything unusual about the person’s appearance?
Do they wear glasses?
Do you know their name?
Are they smiling?
Do you see their face?
Do their eyes glow?
Are their eyebrows curvy?
Do they smile?
Do there are any facial features that suggest they might be interested in you?
Is there anything on their face that suggests they might have some kind of medical condition?
Are they friendly?
Do any of their faces have a smile?
Are there any facial expressions or body language that suggest you might want to meet up?
Are you aware of any possible physical indicators that they might not want to be seen by others?
Is their behavior suggestive of a mental illness?
If you do not want a stranger or friend to be in your home, what you need to do is call 911 or dial 911, and then go to your nearest emergency room or call 911 to confirm your information.
You should be able to make your own decisions about whether to let the police know about the presence of a person or not.
In addition to 911 calls, you also can dial 1-800-273-TALK.
There are also toll-free number that will let you call a crisis hotline.
This is also a good time to check your local newspaper to see if any articles have been posted about the case.
If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Attorney General’s hotline at 1-877-424-3382 or email [email protected].