When a child goes missing, every second counts. How family and law enforcement respond could be the difference between a happy homecoming and a tragic ending. One of the biggest questions for law enforcement is whether to issue a Morgan Nick Alert. That question is made even tougher when a parent is involved in the child`s abduction. Many criteria are used when deciding whether to issue a Morgan Nick Alert, but when parents are involved, it basically all comes down to danger. "Nobody wants to be told `no,`" admits Training Officer Donnie Belwe, the state coordinator for the Morgan Nick Alert System. He says most cases involving parents are less dangerous, but that every abduction is handled on a case-by-case basis. He says no matter what name a search takes on, the same goal remains. "Obviously, the most important thing is finding that child as fast as we can."