National missing persons coordination centre


The National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (NMPCC) supports and encourages the use of NMPCC content for the purpose of educating the community about the issue of missing persons. All data and other material produced by NMPCC constitutes Commonwealth copyright and is intended for general use and information. NMPCC reserves the right to set out the terms and conditions for the use of such material.

Creative Commons License

© Commonwealth of Australia (NMPCC) 2015

The NMPCC material on this website is licenced under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Australia licence, with the exception of:

  • the Australian Federal Police logo
  • other branding and trademarks
  • content supplied by third parties (see also missing persons details below), and
  • other materials specifically not provided under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence.

Please give attribution to: © Commonwealth of Australia (National Missing Persons Coordination Centre) 2015.
We also request that you observe and retain any copyright or related notices that may accompany this material as part of the attribution.

Missing persons details

Images and profile information of missing persons is personal information and has been provided by the families of missing persons for the purpose of assisting to find their loved ones. Images of missing persons are covered by the copyright of their original owners and are reproduced by the NMPCC with permission.

To obtain permission to use images and profile information of missing persons please contact the relevant State and Territory Police Missing Persons Units.

Third-Party Material

NMPCC has taken steps to both identify third-party material and secure permission for its reproduction and reuse. However, please note that where these materials are not licensed under a Creative Commons licence or similar terms of use, you should obtain permission from third-parties to reuse their material beyond the ways you are permitted to use them under the Copyright Act 1968.

Social Media

NMPCC may use social media channels for communicating with the public, including Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, YouTube channels and blogs. Subject to the terms of use of the particular channels, and except where otherwise stated:

  1. You may use all material posted by us on these channels under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Australia licence, and
  2. Material posted by any other person, such as public users, is deemed to be made available to you by that person under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Australia licence as a condition of use of that channel.

Further Information

Further information on the use of the NMPCC website and the material it contains can be found in the NMPCC website Disclaimer Notice.

Contact us if you have any questions or requests relating to material presented on

National Missing Persons Coordination Centre
PO Box 401
Canberra City, ACT 2601

Free call: 1800 000 634
Email: [email protected]

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