National missing persons coordination centre

News and Events

The NMPCC hosts and attends a variety of events every year. These events play an important role in rasing awareness of the issues and impacts associated with missing persons in Australia.

Young people a focus for National Missing Persons Week

This is a joint media release issued by the Australian Federal Police and Queensland Police.
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Media Release: National Facebook AMBER Alert system launched

Australian law enforcement, together with Facebook, today announced the national roll-out of the Facebook AMBER Alert system ac
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Media Release: International Missing Children's Day 2017

Six age-progressed images of missing and parentally abducted children have been released today as part of International Missing
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Let’s make this a ‘Summer of Hope’ for families missing a loved one

For many Australian families who have a loved one on the missing persons register, it is hope which will help them get through
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Media Release: New statistics to drive national missing persons agendas

This is a joint media release between the Australian Federal Police and the Australian Institute of Criminology
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National Missing Persons Week reminds people to stay connected

The Australian Federal Police (AFP), through its National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC), launched National Missin
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Media Release: Connections key to reducing incidence and impact of missing persons

This is a joint media release issued by the Australian Federal Police and Victoria Police.
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Don’t forget them this International Missing Children’s Day

On 25 August 1973, 11-year-old Joanne Ratcliffe took four-year-old Kirste Gordon to the bathroom during an AFL match at the Ade
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Media Release: Australians asked to not forget our missing children

Remembering those children who are still missing and supporting loved ones in their search are key elements to this year’s Inte
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Media Release: Summerofhope profiling long-term missing persons

More than 35,000 people are reported missing in Australia each year, with an estimated 2,000 people currently listed as a long-
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