Using this page
The Resources Page is designed to help visitors who may have missing loved ones do research on other missing persons cases, as well as researching unidentified persons cases to attempt to match them with their loved ones. Each logo below is linked to their respective pages. Click on each logo to access their page.
National Center for missing and exploited children (ncmec)
Since its inception in the early 1980's after the death of Adam Walsh, this organization has helped to reunite thousands of children to their loved ones. Additionally, NCMEC has also assisted in numerous cases involving John and Jane Doe's, specifically Freddy's case. Along with community service projects, they also offer numerous resource tools to parents who wish to educate their children on the dangers of the internet and how to avoid potential sexual predators.
the charley project
Since the late 1990's, The Charley Project has been a very useful tool in promoting missing persons cases in the United States. With thousands of cases available to view and hundreds added to the database each year, it is very useful and easy to share case information with your friends and close ones. Visit their page and share a missing person.
National missing & unidentified persons system
Founded as the pet project of Todd Matthews in 2007, NamUs has become a Department of Justice-sponsored program that has missing and unidentified persons cases from around the United States; easily the largest database of its kind! It has been a helpful tool in solving thousands of missing and unidentified persons cases and will continue to do so. To see how NamUs works, visit their website and also do some research on the thousands of unidentified that are in their system.
the doe network
The Doe Network, before the inception of NamUs, was the leading database for Unidentified Persons and also highlighted specific cases involving unexplained disappearances. To this day, more cases are being added to the website and more cases are being solved thanks to the volunteers at The Doe Network. Visit their website to learn how you can help this group, and browse through their unidentified persons profiles.
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missing Endangered person's clearinghouse
Starting out as the FDLE Missing Children's Clearinghouse and being featured on commercials thoughout the 1990's, the FDLE Missing Person's Clearinghouse has become one of the major arteries in finding Florida's missing persons. The database also includes children who are missing through the Amber Alert program, as well as senior citizens missing through the Silver Alert program. Visit their website if you have concerns about missing persons in Florida. They also feature John and Jane Doe's found in the State of Florida.