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Each year 35,000 people are reported missing in Australia. While 95 percent of people are found within about a week, some 1,600 long remain missing for 6 months or more. The NMPCC profiles missing person’s cases that have been provided by the State and Territory police, who are each responsible for investigating reported cases in their respective jurisdiction.
How to view profiles of Missing Persons. You can also see how to report a sighting or provide information about a Missing Person on the same site.
I am campaigning to get this worthy organisation, which is based in QLD, NSW, VIC and TAS, into Western Australia.
If you have a child that has a tendency to wander off or you fear they may be abducted, then this app designed by the Australian Federal Police will enable worried parents, grandparents and other carers to input the child’s description and photo so that, in the worst case scenario, they can quickly pass that information to the local Police so that a physical search can be started straight away.
If you have any information about a Missing Person case, please ring 1800 333 000. Whilst you can remain anonymous if you wish, Pathfinder Investigations would like to recommend that you give your details to make it easier for investigators to make follow up inquiries and, if necessary, take a statement so that offenders can be brought to justice.
A fantastic aid for people who get lost in remote locations or for dementia patients who find themselves disoriented.
The Daniel Morcombe Foundation Inc. is committed to Keeping Kids Safe. It was established by parents Bruce and Denise Morcombe in 2005 after their son Daniel was abducted and murdered in December 2003 while waiting to catch a bus on the Sunshine Coast. The Foundation was established as a lasting legacy to Daniel and now has two main aims; to educate children on how to stay safe in a physical and online environment and to support young victims of crime. Pathfinder Investigations wholly support their objectives:
1. To educate children regarding their personal safety (including abduction).
2. To assist victims of crime, particularly where crime involves children.
3. To remember Daniel with suitable child safety community awareness events.
4. To support the families of Missing Persons particularly where it involves children.
When contacting the Police about a Missing Person, be clear about any threat to their life or someone else’s, so that they can prioritise their response. If you are unsure what to do, please read Do I call Police or Pathfinder? first.
FIFO Families provides the roadmap to live a successful FIFO lifestyle. Founded in 2010 by Nicole Ashby, a FIFO wife and mum. FIFO Families now supports over 16,000 FIFO families throughout Australia and New Zealand through our website www.fifofamilies.com.au. FIFO Families has open and closed Facebook pages, monthly meet up and “pinch” point i.e. Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Easter & Christmas events that are held throughout the year. We offer education on ” How to live a successful FIFO Lifestyle” through our webinars and seminars.
A free consultation at Will Advice is kindly offered by Peter Neil in Perth on any legal problem including Wills and Probate, Family Law, Conveyancing and Settlements, Employment Law and Unfair Dismissal, Migration Visas, Personal Injury claims, Court representation, Building and Commercial Disputes, Internet Defamation, Criminal Injuries Compensation, Consumer and Banking Laws, Business contracts, Debt Recovery etc.
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Have you ever lost your pet? Was it for a few minutes? Hours? Days? Anyone that has, will tell you it’s an extremely distressing experience. What if you were evacuated from your home due to bushfires? What if everything you owned was destroyed including every photo of your pet? Contact Belinda Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0438 904 411 for more information about registering your pet before it goes missing.