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Missing Person Revelle Balmain

Revelle BALMAIN

Revelle Balmain was last seen in Kingsford on 5 November 1994. She was due to meet her mother in Newcastle on 6 November 1994, however she failed to arrive.

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Missing person from New south wales James Howe

James Leo HOWE

James Leo Howe was last seen on 27/03/1987 about 4.30pm when he was dropped off by a work mate at a bus stop in Ashfield so he could catch the bus home to Leichhardt. James...

Missing Person Marilyn Qualmann

Marilyn QUALMANN

Missing presumed murdered.

On Sunday 21 September 1975 Marilyn Qualmann, then aged 14 years, went missing from Moorook Road, Moorook (via Kingston-on-Murray). The...

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Missing Persons Hackathon

Australia’s first large scale hackathon combines innovative approach with crowdsourced talent to find national missing persons

In what will be considered a world first, today 354 participants will gather across ten locations in Australia to generate leads for 12 national missing person cases for the Australian police.

The AustCyber Canberra Cyber Security Innovation Node has partnered with the Australian Federal Police, the National Missing Persons Coordination Centre and Trace Labs to deliver the first ever...

Uber Australia joins NMPCC Corporate Supporter Cohort

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) today has welcomed Uber Australia into their Corporate Supporter Network in time for National Missing Persons Week 2019.

The NMPCC relies on its network of Corporate Supporters to reach millions of people across the country to raise awareness of missing persons, and to educate the community on the...

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Individuals not statistics - Australian Federal Police shift focus from statistics for National Missing Persons Week 2019

The Australian Federal Police (AFP) National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) is shining a spotlight on Australia’s long term missing with the launch of National Missing Persons Week (NMPW) running from 4 - 10 August 2019.

Annually, National Missing Persons Week strives to create awareness throughout the wider Australian community, targeting those who have never thought...