The charity Missing People has 20 years’ frontline experience and provides a range of services for police handling missing person investigations and local authorities, including taking referrals for family support, making Publicity Appeals and sending supportive text messages to missing children and adults (TextSafe®).
If you feel it is appropriate, please direct families of missing people to our family guidance sheets which offer advice and information about what to do when a family member goes missing.
The Missing People charity does fantastic work to support the families and friends of those who go missing and I fully endorse the level of service and care they provide.
This is a hugely important subject which needs to be moved up the agenda of all the relevant authorities, and there is always a need for greater partnership working, including with charities, to make sure we are doing everything we can to keep people safe.
Any support to help reunite missing people with their loved ones has to be a good thing, and I would always encourage Forces to liaise with Missing People to make sure they are making the most of the services on offer.
Chief Constable Mike Veale, national policing lead for missing people
116 000 Rescources
The 116 000 posters below are available to download and display.
The 116 000 posters are in A3 format and so are quite large files: 8 MB each.