NAMUS/IdentifyUS is looking for platforms to educate families, law enforcement and medical examiners on the centralized databases established for missing persons and UID's. Please provide the following link for your contacts regardless of whether or not the case is cold:
"This site provides an opportunity for families, law enforcement agencies and investigators to search nationwide for missing persons using a variety of powerful search features. Anyone may search the database, but by registering in the system both law enforcement professionals and the general public will also be able to:
With your help, we can increase the number of missing persons cases solved each year providing closure for families and law enforcement officials nationwide."
- Add new missing persons cases
- Add physical and circumstantial details, photographs, dental contacts and other critical pieces of information to a case
- Create and print missing persons posters
- Track multiple cases as information is added to the system
In order to maintain the integrity of the data entered, NAMUS wants to limit the people entering the information to those who have the most accurate resources-please encourage your contacts to make sure their cases are entered.
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“The first time someone shows you who they are, believe them.”
― Maya Angelou
NJ for the Federal Help Find the Missing Act - Billy's Law shared a link. Do you know of someone that has a missing loved one, but they're not able to get law enforcement to take a report? NamUs will add them to the database WITHOUT a report. This ALSO includes immigrants that have not been heard from crossing the border. Please see the article linked below...
To report a missing person, contact the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System at 855-626-7600 or www.namus.gov. The nonprofit Colibri Center for Human Rights also takes reports at 520-243-8644 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students Make Efforts To Identify Immigrants Buried In Unmarked Graves