Missing Person’s Media Investigation: Do White Girls Get All the Coverage?

Nation-Wide Missing Person Indexes and Their Impact on Modern Investigation

  • Chen, Te-Ping. 2010. “93% of Law Enforcement Ignores Missing Persons Database.” Change.org, March 8.
  • Federal Emergency Management Agency. 2011. Personal Localized Alerting Network. Release date, May 10.
  • University of North Texas Health Science Center. 2011. “UNT Health Science Center to Manage NamUs.” News release, November 11.
  • Nationalcrimeagency.gov.uk/news/263-first-anniversary-of-missing-persons-website

Social Media: A New Tool for Finding the Lost

  • Milian, Mark. 2011. “FBI’s First App Helps Parents Report Missing Children.” CNN.com, August 5.
  • Seaman, Andrew. 2011. “Facebook Teams with Agencies for AMBER Alert Pages.” USA Today, January 12.
  • Zachariah, Holly. 2011. “Families of Missing Can Find Answers Through Online Networks.” Columbus Dispatch, March 21.

Statistical Observations from the 2010 NCIC Missing Person’s Survey

Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Signs that Identify Sexual Traffickers