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Resources to help families with loved ones missing

Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by Imamazed, Apr 23, 2015.

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    With cases of abducted and missing persons on the rise in this country, it is
    important to know what to do if one of your family members or someone you
    know goes missing. The key to finding a missing person is to get as much information in
    front of as many people in the shortest time possible. The following information is a list of
    suggested measures to take in helping you find your missing person. Many of these
    measures were used in the search for missing persons this past year. We hope that you
    never have to go through the trauma that so many other families have had to endure, but if
    you are faced with that reality, you will have the knowledge and the tools to help bring your
    loved one home safe and sound.
    The first thing you should do in the case of abduction or missing person, is to report it to
    your local police. Let them know everything you can think of to help with their investigation,
    name, age physical description, the name of the last known person to have contact with the
    missing person, where the person was last seen, any scheduled appointments, dates, or
    events, what the person was wearing when they disappeared, cell number. Anything you can
    tell police will help. The more information the police have to work with from the
    onset of the investigation the better chance you have. Many people may stop with this
    and let the authorities handle the case. But there are several things you can do to broaden the
    search to a world wide scale. Remember, The more people who know about it the better.

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    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

  3. Imamazed

    Imamazed Lead Administrator Staff Member

    Factsheets for Families

    The factsheets in this series have been written for the families and friends of missing persons. They provide advice on many aspects of 'missing', including what to expect during the police investigation, what to do if someone is missing abroad and how to deal with the more long term issues of someone going missing, such as how to deal with their financial affairs.

    Copies in Welsh of What you need to Know and A Reference Guide are included in the list.
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