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Thursday, 21 May 2020 16:31

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Thanks for visiting and be sure to check back often for updated information and more missing persons profiles.

Wednesday, 20 May 2020 15:23

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We are your missing persons reporting partner and encourage you to enter all of your missing persons cases into our worldwide database.

The Missing Persons Center is the world's central location for missing person reporting and comprehensive profiling.

The key to finding missing people as quickly as possible is to get as much exposure to the case as possible and cover as much area as possible.  Our database is visited by people worldwide, not just your locality, state or national basis.

We don't simply maintain the records you enter into the database, but we are always getting tips and searching online for new information to update each record.  All tips we receive are immediately forwarded to you or investigative contact provided.

Our data is also cross referenced with other reporting agencies to gather additional information that may not have been included in your initial intake.

All cases we profile are Search Engine Optimized to get as much traction as possible by using the best "Keywords" to make the file easier to find in online searches.  We also provide you a complete dashboard to handle all profile entry and editing with complete statistics and social sharing capabilities.

Soon we will be adding a comprehensive press submission tool to be sure each case is submitted to globally recognized news agencies to further publicize the case.

 

samplrecordClick on the sample record to the left to see an example of one of our records.  This record is for a sample missing child, but we do have different profiles that include more or less data for missing adults, missing veterans and suspect information too.

Our database includes links to valuable resources related to missing people and anything associated with locating, reporting and identifying them.
 
We encourage you to join our community and be part of making a difference.
 
Also, we are very thankful to all of our supporters, with out them we could not do what we do.
 
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Tuesday, 19 May 2020 23:48

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Sunday, 17 May 2020 19:52

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Whether you are someone with a missing family member or a law enforcement representitive in need of gaining vaulable exposure to your missing person(s),
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Our database has been designed to be used by people worldwide who need to get more attention to new and old missing persons files.  One of the biggest problems in the missing persons reporting system is, there are simply too many places missing people are listed.  So, this usually means if someone was reported missing in one city, they might be listed with the local police, but the missing person does not show up on county, state or international registries.  This is a huge issue when asking for the public to assist.
 
The only way to find a missing persons in many cases is to have the public's assistance and providing one central profiling registry is important so people can learn more and verify information associated with any missing person they want to search for or may think they have seen.  Law enforcement alone cannot be held responsible for locating missing people, we as a society need to do all we can to help find the missing as well.
 
In 2019 the FBI received mssing person reports on more than 607,000 people.  It's impossible for any agency to manage this caseload alone and acutally have any success finding people that truly need to be searched for.
 
For those people who have been abducted, lost, medically endangered or have not been in contact with family members in some time, these are the ones that need everyone looking for them, not just law enforcement.
 
To support wider scaled efforts to search for missing people, our profiles are the most comprehensive of all reporting systems and include associations to known suspects and other registries the records originated from.
 
Anyone can register for an account with us to enter profiles into our system.  All profiles will be verified with law enforcement or to be sure they have been entered into other publically available reporting systems.
 

Click Here to view a Sample Record.  This record is for a sample missing child, but we do have different profiles that inlude more or less data for missing adults, missing veterans and suspect information too.

Our database includes links to valuable resources related to missing people and anything associated with locating, reporting and identifying them.
 
We encourage you to join our community and be part of making a deifference.
 
Also, we are very thankful to all of our doners, with out them we could not do what we do.
 

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Welcome to The Missing Persons Center online resource and directory.

It is our goal to maintain a service website that makes a difference in the timely and comprehensive reporting of missing persons, worldwide.

This project has been in the works for nearly ten years and with much research and experience in the area of missing people, our staff is very well versed on every aspect of the plight of families of missing people.

The biggest obstacle in finding a missing person is money, knowledge, manpower and technology.

As someone who possibly has a missing person they are desperately searching for, your main focus must be keeping the missing person's story alive.  In the near future, we will have a resource to keep your missing person's story in the press on many platforms, including media and television, besides the usual online sources.  Having your loved one or your assigned missing persons cases profiled on our site will also give it a huge advantage in being seen by visitors from around the world.

Today, we continue to build our site and database to be a portal where private people and law enforcement can profile their missing person cases in the most comprehensive manner.

As the data set grows, it will be a valuable investigative tool for deepening the scope of criminal investigations and to track missing people from disaster events, worldwide as well.

Check back often and support our mission with a donation.  This site is available and not for profit, but we still need to support maintaining it and growing its usefulness and it won't happen without your confidence and support.

We plan to keep it free of charge and the support of private people, like you is greatly appreciated.

Thank you for visiting and check back often.

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