Kampfer said that he wants to work with school counselors and others to better track children in "dysfunctional situations" to help prevent such a scenario from happening again.
"It's about churches being involved, schools, the police department," he said.
Parental education, Kampfer believes, is another essential component to the town's renewed emphasis on safety.
All of those changes, he acknowledges, won't necessarily bring a resolution to a case that could be measured in days at best, "months, or even years" at worst.
No matter how much sustained effort is brought to a case such as Hailey's disappearance, time obviously can be an enemy for any missing child case, said Ernie Allen, who heads the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children