Case Wrap-Up "*" indicates required fields Today's Date* MM slash DD slash YYYY Your Name* Your Retrievers Email Address* Enter Email Confirm Email Your role* CM First Responder or Intake Case Number*This number is at the top of the Request for Assistance (RA) thread posted by the intake team. Dog*The name of the dog as listed on the original RA. Case Location Zip Code*Enter the zip code of the area where most of the activity of this case took place. For cold cases, enter the zip code where the dog was last seen. https://tools.usps.com/zip-code-lookup.htm Date Case Accepted*Usually, this is the date/time that you commented in the intake thread that you would take the case. MM slash DD slash YYYY Time Case Accepted* Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Case Status*For cases in which a CM was not assigned. Kickstarter (Dog found after RA was submitted but before CM was assigned) Disengaged No-start/Known stolen No-start/Owner noncompliance No-start/RA sent in by unqualified party No-start/RA sent in for animal other than domesticated dog No-start/Other unqualified case No-start/Stray dog's owner identified No-start/Remote case referred to local resource Form Test Duplicate Other Hands-On or Consult-Only*A case is considered "hands-on" if it takes place within our service area, regardless of whether we put boots on the ground. All out-of-service-area cases are "consult-only." Hands-on Consult-only Additional Supporting Roles*Roles not already reported on your initial Case Thread.NoneDrone PilotDrone Pilot's Name* Was the dog found?* Yes No Not Applicable Method*How the case was resolved. (If a team member was coaching on-site or by phone, select "Hand-caught by Retrievers," even if someone else (such as the owner) actually caught the dog.) Hand-caught by owner Hand-caught by Retrievers Hand-caught by others Trapped by Retrievers Trapped by others Returned home Found in shelter or animal control Found in rescue Found deceased Stray dog's owner identified No start/Stray dog's owner identified Unknown Other Date Found* MM slash DD slash YYYY Time Found* Hours : Minutes AM PM AM/PM Was the dog found as a direct result of an intersection sign or paper flyer?* Yes No Unknown How far away from the POF was the dog found?* 0 -100 yards (Use for dogs that returned on their own) 100 yards to 1/4 mile 1/4 mile to 1 mile 1-3 miles 3-5 miles 5-10 miles 10-20 miles 20-35 miles 35-50 miles 50-75 miles More than 75 miles Unknown Presumed Cause of Death*If "Other," please give more details in the Comments section below.Hit by carDrownedFell through iceGunshotHit by trainExposurePredatorLethal trapUnknownOtherOutcome*What happened with the dog after it was retrieved.Returned to OwnerReturned to RescueReturned to ShelterDeceasedTransferred to RescueTransferred to Animal ControlReturned to CaregiverRehomed PrivatelyUnresolved*For cold cases and other situations in which a dog is not found. (See Definitions below)No contact after RANoncomplianceOwner disengagedOwner concededMisidentified dogNo engagement after initial callCold caseAdd to our email list?*We are compiling an email list for fundraising purposes. Please indicate Yes if you think the client would possibly support the team. Select No if you think we should not reach out to them. Yes No CommentsPlease provide any further details that will help us better understand this case.Link to Case Thread*Paste the link to the dog's case thread in the Den. If the case wrapped up before the CM created a case thread, provide the link to the thread created by the Intake team. Personal Mileage (Optional)Enter the number of miles you drove your car for this case. DEFINITIONSNo contact after RA: The owner submitted an RA but did not return calls to reach them for an initial discussion with the CM. Noncompliance: The team disengaged from the case (with director approval) because the owners were not complying with our guidelines, i.e., setting out competing traps, consistently ignoring our recommendations, engaging in dangerous or illegal activity, etc. Owner disengaged: The owner decided not to work with the Retrievers anymore and specifically asked us to stand down. Owner conceded: The owner expressly stated that they wished to stop the search. Misidentified dog: A dog presumed to be a stray was identified as a roaming neighborhood dog. No engagement after initial call: The CM had the initial consult call with the owner, but there was no follow-up on the owner's part. Cold case: There have been no sightings within a few weeks and the owner has stopped actively searching (i.e., placing signs). Kickstarter: The dog is found (alive or deceased) after the RA is submitted but before a first responder has called and/or a CM has been assigned. Gone and Back Again (GABA): The dog was found after the CM started working on the case (i.e., after having the initial phone call) but before the case thread was posted in the Den and/or on our public page. The CM writes a short summary of what happened, and it is published as a GABA. If the dog is found deceased, the summary is posted, but it is not called a GABA. Consult-Only: All cases outside our service area, which is 1 hour from the nearest CM. The intake team should note which cases are Consult-Only when they post the RA thread. If our team ends up being involved on the ground, this status should be changed to Hands-On. Hands-On: All cases in which we could put boots on the ground even if we end up not needing to.