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News - Articles posted in 2013

 

Families living with absence

Report calls for better police-family partnership in the search for missing people Better communication between the police and families of missing people is one of the key recommendations of a new report from the University of Glasgow. The[...]

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Absent Report - University of Portsmouth

An exploration of common police procedures for safeguarding practices in cases of missing children and adults.

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Cost of missing investigations

This research sought to establish the cost of missing persons investigations through a survey and case assessment undertaken in two UK forces.

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BBC News Report

A Europe-wide database of unidentified bodies should be established, the UK Missing Persons Bureau says. Joe Apps, who heads up the bureau, told BBC News it would help families who were searching for missing loved ones. A year ago, the bureau[...]

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Questionniare

To mark a year since the launch of the website, we have created a questionnaire to try and get your views and opinions on how and why you use the website. By gaining a better understanding of your views and opinions, we are better able to develop[...]

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Running from hate to what you think is love

Barnardo's report highlighting the links between missing and CSE.

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New proposals for power of guardianship

Every year approximately 250,000 people go missing across the United Kingdom. Whilst most disappearances are resolved relatively quickly, others continue for weeks, months and even years, leaving family members to cope with the pain of not knowing[...]

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Joint Protocol On Disclosing The Names And Addresses Of Children's Homes

On 1 April 2013 The Care Standards Act 2000 (Registration) (England) (Amendment) Regulations 2013 came into force requiring Ofsted to disclose information from their list of registered children’s homes to chief officers of local police forces.

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