Bring Our Missing Home Inc.
Non Profit Organization
NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics for 2013
A team of Trained Volunteers
What does Bring our Missing Home, Inc. provide to families of the missing
Free of Charge!
Bring Our Missing Home Inc. is here for you when you have a loved one that has disappeared. It doesn't matter what age they are, our Mission and goal is to do everything we can to bring them back to you quickly and safely. As a team, we have the ability to reach more areas and hopefully find your loved ones faster.
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Complete casework and research of a missing person's case by a team of trained volunteers.
Poster distribution, through internet social media sites, Email and Fax (which includes a Fax database of over 9 million businesses).
Press releases to all media outlets.
Trained Volunteers will work along with your local Law Enforcement by providing tips, leads or any information they have gathered about your Missing loved one.
Twenty-four-hour public Tip line number to be provided for all missing persons cases.
Trained Volunteers work alongside you and your family during this crisis by offering support and other resources that may be available.
The National Institute of Justice's National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is a national centralized repository and resource center for missing persons and unidentified decedent records. NamUs is a free online system that can be searched by medical examiners, coroners, law enforcement officials and the general public from all over the country in hopes of resolving these cases. www.namus.gov
Volunteers & Case Mangers are needed in all cities & states
Private Investigators are also needed
Come join our TEAM today.
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Our teams are willing to take on Missing cases, that police believe have gone cold.
Contact us on submitting your case
As of December 31, 2013, NCIC contained 84,136 active missing person records. Juveniles under the age of 18 account for 33,849 (40.2 %) of the records and 9,706 (11.5 %) were for juveniles between the ages of 18 and 20. *