Missing Persons Data Report 2014/15

The Missing Persons Data Report for 2014/15 provides narrative and context to the published statistical data in the high level reports published in December 2015.
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Data Reports Publication Delay

The annual missing persons data report publication is delayed due to the forthcoming elections. It is now scheduled for publication immediately after 12th May. Any queries should be sent to missingpersonsbureau@nca.x.gsi.gov.uk.
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The second International Conference on Missing Children and Adults

The Second International Academic Conference on Missing Children and Adults took place in Brussels between the 8th-10th July, 2015. The conference was organised jointly by Missing Children Europe, the Centre for the Study of Missing Persons of the[...]
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Missing Persons Data Report 2012-13

The Data Analysis report for 2012-13 shows that someone is recorded as missing every two minutes in the UK.
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Guardianship Consultation

When a person goes missing, there is currently no legal mechanism for another person to manage his or her affairs during his or her absence. This can lead to the dissipation, deterioration or loss of the missing person s assets and can deprive[...]
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Repeat reports to the police of missing people: locations and characteristics

Research focusing on the locations from which people are reported missing repeatedly in one year period, from one police force.
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Geographies of missing

A new research project exploring where people go and what happens on missing journeys.
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Statutory Guidance on Children Who Run Away or Go Missing From Care

Every child who goes missing from home or care will now have the chance to talk to an independent person about why they ran away. The new rules unveiled by Children and Families Minister Edward Timpson will see all children who return, having run[...]
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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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