Thanks to our corporate supporters, we have been able to extend the reach of missing persons profiles, increase awareness of the issues and impacts surrounding missing persons to prevent people from going missing, and assist in the resolution of missing person's cases.
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Chemist Warehouse is using their nationwide network of pharmacies and catalogue distribution to promote missing persons cases and help bring this issue to the forefront of the Australian community. Our Centre produces a monthly ad which features in the Chemist Warehouse 'House of Wellness' catalogue.
To find out more about our partnership with Chemist Warehouse, view a gallery of previously featured profiles.
The AFP has been working with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation for the past ten years. There is a Memorandum of Understanding in place which supports our collaborative in promoting personal safety for children and the distribution of educational resources to all primary school students around Australia. Day for Daniel
Foxtel’s Crime and Investigation (CI) Network works with us to develop Missing Person Fact Files – profiles of missing persons which it broadcasts on its Network. The CI Network also develops information segments (videos) which provide a snapshot of the issues and impacts associated with missing persons in Australia and New Zealand.
Outdoor Media Association supports us by coordinating a national outdoor media campaign in support of National Missing Persons Week. Outdoor Media Association and their provider network generously donate placements for outdoor advertising to promote missing persons profiles during the campaign.