Missing Person’s Media Investigation: Do White Girls Get All the Coverage?
- Barton, Robin L. 2011. “The Missing White Woman Syndrome.” The Crime Report. August 22.
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.
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
Best Practices of Police Departments with High Missing Person’s Case Closures :
- Howell, Mike. 2011. “Vancouver Cops May Amend Missing Persons Policy.” The Vancouver Courier, November 14.
- International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Bureau of Justice Assistance. 2011. Missing Persons: Volunteers Supporting Law Enforcement. Washington, D.C.: International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Bureau of Justice Assistance.
- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. 2011. Guide for Implementing or Enhancing an Endangered Missing Advisory. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
Wolves in Sheep’s Clothing: Signs that Identify Sexual Traffickers
- FBI. 2011. Human Traffickers Indicted. FBI Press Release. January 28.
- Quinet, Kenna. 2011. “Prostitutes as Victims of Serial Homicide: Trends and Case Characteristics from 1970 – 2009.” Homicide Studies 15(1): 74 – 100.