Discussion in 'ACT' started by imamaze, Jul 11, 2009.
Post here any webpages that list Missing People
Originally Posted by Patience
Act Missing Persons
ACT Policing investigates all reported missing persons where there are concerns for a person's welfare or safety.
We work closely with national and international organisations that locate and reunite missing loved ones. The National Missing Persons Centre facilitates a national coordinated approach to finding missing persons.
Dozens of people are reported missing every year in the ACT. Waiting for a contact or information for family and friends can be extremely distressing. ACT Policing can help to find your loved ones. In fact, over 99% of missing persons are located.
How to report a missing person
You should file a report with ACT Policing as soon as there are concerns for the safety and welfare of a missing person. You are not required to wait 24 or 48 hours before filing a report.
Police take reports on persons missing in the ACT, interstate and overseas.
To file a report, please contact ACT Policing by phone or by visiting a police station. It will help us if you are able to provide the following information:
•a recent photograph of the missing person
•a list of the names, addresses and phone numbers of friends and associates
•likely destinations such as favourite places, work locations or places with past connections
•any medical requirements or medications they need
•a full description of the missing person including height, weight, colour of eyes and hair, and
•bank account details.
Find out about support
Report a missing person
Report a sighting of a missing person
Australian Missing Persons Register
Facebook Australian Missing Persons
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