The NMPCC is committed to driving and coordinating a national research agenda for the missing persons' population in Australia. Understanding why people go missing is essential for identifying preventative strategies and establishing a networked approach across the sector, to reduce the incidence of missing persons.
The NMPCC recently launched the Australian Institute of Criminology research Missing Persons in Australia, which it co-funded with the Attorney-General's Department of NSW.
The NMPCC has also established a national research forum and has undertaken Churchill fellowships.
For more information or to participate in the national research forum, contact the NMPCC.