We will use our resources and volunteers to assist local and national agencies to search, identify and return persons missing with special attention given to the elderly and those suffering from Alzheimer's and Dementia.
Friday, October 2, 2009
JUST TO KEEP EVERYONE UP TO DATE ON WAS GOING ON.
IN THE LAST WEEK OR SO, NCMLO AND IT VOLUNTEERS HAS ASSISTED IN THE LOCATING OF TWO SENIORS, ONE 39 YEAR OLD LOST SOUL, AND HELPED WITH THE RETURN OF A YOUNG BOY ABDUCTED TO MEXICO.
SOME OF YOU WERE ASSISTING WITH THE SEARCHES, SOME WERE PASSING OUT FLYER'S AND THEN ONE PERSON WAS DOING TRANSLATION ENGLISH TO SPANISH
THANKS TO YOU ALL, THIS CAN HAPPEN. BECAUSE WITHOUT YOU WE WOULD BE UNABLE TO DO THIS.
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Tuesday, August 11, 2009
STEVEN HOWARD BRADLEY
HIS BLACK 1999 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER WAS FOUND IN LAKE ELSINORE, CA
STEVEN HAS A SURGICAL SCAR FROM A HERNIA OPERATION AND PREVIOUSLY FRACTURED ANKLE. DNA IS ON FILE WITH NAMUS
ANYONE WITH INFORMATION ON STEVENS WHEREABOUT IS ASKED TO CALL:
LAS VEGAS METRO POLICE DEPT (702)828-5678
NEVADA CENTER FOR MISSING LOVED ONES (702) 564-1466
CASE# 060801-0782 NCIC#M-105964436
Monday, March 23, 2009
A search over the week-end of Sunday March 15, 2009 for Michael Doane who has been missing since his car was found 1/29/09 at the Desert National Wildlife Range in Northern Clark County has turned up no new leads.
With 20 searchers on Horse back and 10 on foot the search took place 31 mile into the desert with family, friend and volunteers from the Horse councils of Nevada
The case will remain open and the area will be visited from time to time.
Author ID: P4610K
NIC #: M007896249
Last Name: DOANE
First Name: MICHAEL
Date of last contact: Wednesday 1-28-09
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department's Missing Person's Section is asking for assistance in locating Michael Doane. He is 47 years old and was last seen on Wednesday, January 28th, at approximately 08:00 a.m. He was involved in a verbal altercation with his girlfriend and left in his vehicle. He was depressed over being unemployeed and the verbal altercation he had with his girlfriend. He was last seen wearing BLUE JEANS, YELLOW JACKET and BLACK SHOES. His vehicle was located yesterday, January 30th, 40 MILES EAST OF 95& LEE CANYON ROAD.
If anyone with information about Michael's whereabouts
please contact the Las Vegas Meteropolitan Police Department.
Las Vegas Metro Police Dept. -Missing Persons Unit
(702) 828-3111 OR (702) 828-2907
Produced on Critical Reach System 10612:641.
See www.criticalreach.org for more information on Critical Reach alerts
Thursday, February 5, 2009
Even in a small city like my hometown of Livingston, Tennessee. If each family were to feel the loss at the personal level at the same time -- imagine the magnitude of the event. Without the shared experience of the tragedy it becomes lost in the shuffle of day to day events.
That's why it is so important to make the resource of www.NamUs.gov known to the public. It is a tool you can use at the family level.
The Missing Persons Database contains information that can be entered by anyone. Before a missing persons case will appear on this Web site, however, it will be validated. The site also provides links to state clearinghouses, medical examiners and coroners, victim assistance groups and pertinent legislation. There's over 100,000 known missing persons in the USA.
The Unidentified Decedents Database contains information entered by medical examiners and coroners. Anyone can search the database using characteristics such as sex, race, distinct body features and dental information. There are up to 50,000 cases of unidentified remains in the USA.
The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) is the first national repository for missing persons and unidentified decedent records. Unidentified decedents are people who have died and whose bodies have not been identified.
NamUs consists of two databases that anyone can search. The Justice Department hopes that law enforcement officials and the public will use the databases to share information to solve cases.
All users are on the same page, the same core data. But law enforcement users have a more intense level of access to information not available to the public. So the system can be used as an investigative and communication tool.
We encourage law enforcement to register for access to the system as soon as possible.
The NamUs Missing Persons database can be directly accessed via - www.FindTheMissing.org or via www.NamUs.gov
Tuesday, February 3, 2009
Click on the "Sex Offender" Link
Register to receive ALERTS
about sex offenders in your neighborhood
Benefits of Enrollment:
*AUTOMATIC EMAIL ALERTS when registered sex offenders move to your area
*TIPS for talking to your kids
*SAFETY advice for children
*Free of charge
Monday, February 2, 2009
Missing Persons Tool Kit.
If you would like a copy of same
Nevada Center For Missing Loved Ones
or emailing a request to
Frank Mahoney at firstname.lastname@example.org