Discussion in 'United Kingdom' started by imamaze, Aug 5, 2009.
Please post all information and resources relating to Unidentified Remains
Important notice from:
The charity Missing People has now ceased its work resolving cases of unidentified people. This change supports the belief of the charity that the main responsibility for identification of these cases lies within the public sector. Missing People will continue to campaign for a national, standard, police system for matching missing person reports to unidentified bodies.
They will no longer be registering unidentified cases and will only undertake database searches at the request of NPIA. Should the NPIA wish to search the charity's historical data on unidentified cases they will then liaise with them.
They will no longer offer forensic artwork services or publicity on unidentified cases. If you require forensic artwork services for unidentified cases, please note that you can contact Teri Blythe via email, call 07812 540085, or gain full details from the NPIA Specialist Operations Unit Database of Expert Advisers.
Reporting unidentified cases/database searches
In future all unidentified cases should be reported to the National Policing Improvements Agency (NPIA) Missing Persons Bureau - www.npia.police.uk/missingpersons or email: email@example.com
UK Missing Persons Bureau
Welcome to the UK Missing Persons Bureau website. We are the UK national and international point of contact for all missing person and unidentified body investigations. We provide support and advice to police forces in order to resolve cases and act as a hub for the exchange of information and expertise in this area. We also maintain the national database of missing and unidentified records.
Here you can search through some of our unidentified cases to see if you can help us establish their identity.
Thank you hayaletcatcher for the info!
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