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Missing Person Daniel Mountwitten

Daniel MOUNTWITTEN

Daniel, a dual Australian/Israel citizen, was travelling in India, and at the time of his disappearance was sharing a room in a guest house in the village of Challal in the...

Missing person Bradley Anderson WA

Bradley ANDERSON

On the night of Thursday, 29 August 1985, Bradley Anderson spent the night camping at Windjana Gorge, located approximately 355 km east of Broome.

The next morning,...

Missing Person William French

William FRENCH

William French, who preferred to be called Maddison, was last seen in Perth on 11 December 1997. On 17 December 1997, Maddison telephoned his girlfriend from Carnarvon,...

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Christmas Wreath

Sending a message of hope to loved ones this Christmas

For those families living without ‘knowing’ what has happened to a loved one the impact can be described as an emotional ‘roller-coaster’. An item, place or smell may revive a memory of that person, evoking an unexpected emotional change. Families often describe important dates such as birthdays and anniversaries as acting like triggers, bringing on both happy and sad memories from family...

AIC Reseach - Missing Persons: Who's at risk?

New Missing Persons Research to Inform Future Law Enforcement Efforts

This is a media release by the Hon Michael Keenan MP, Minister for Justice.

Today I released the National Missing Persons Research Report: Missing Persons: Who's at Risk? which will inform our law enforcement agencies on the latest statistics on missing persons in Australia.

This research is the first of its kind in over a decade – commissioned by the Australian...

National Missing Persons Conference opening

Missing Person experts come together for conference

AFP Commissioner Andrew Colvin opened the National Missing Persons Conference in Sydney today.

For the first time, the AFP and NSW Department of Justice are co-hosting law enforcement, academics and professionals to share...