Social media page causes concerns

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UPDATED: Thursday, May 14, 2015 -- 10:30 p.m.

As of late Thursday night, the page is no longer available.

There's no word on if Facebook, or the creator, took the page down.

Posted Thursday, May 14, 2015 --- 10:00 p.m.

Just two days after the District Attorney announced Officer Matt Kenny was cleared of any charges in the shooting that killed Tony Robinson a social media page has appeared hoping to find the Madison police officer.

The page asks the public to report where you see Officer Kenny that includes, where he eats and where he sleeps.

The President of the Madison Professional Police Officers Association says they have been made aware of the page and finds it troubling.

"It's very concerning to see something like you don't really know the intentions of who created it and you certainly don't know the intentions of anyone who might be contributing to it or paying attention to it or watching it," MPPA President Dan Frei said.

Frei said the police association has contacted Facebook to try to get the page taken down. A number of people have posted on the page that they also have reported it.

According to Facebook's community standards page, the site will permit open and critical discussion of people who are featured in the news or have a large public audience but remove hate speech directed at them.

The page has received a lot of public feedback, but a lot of it shows opposition to its creation. Many people have left comments, showing support for Officer Kenny.

There is a phone number listed on the page. Calls to that number, seeking comment, have not been returned.