Have you lost touch with a loved one? Someone left and did not contact you or other family members? Reported to police in yet not presumed deceased? A majority of missing persons are aged between 11 - 25 years of age, the "troubled years". With more than 85% born in Australia, single/ never married, full-time students or employed, and prodominently from the major cities and or suburbs. Most of these people are returned. Most missing people are reported by family and or friends, and most of the rest are reported missing from an institution such as a psychiatric or general hospital, supported accommodation for the aged or intellectually disabled, or youth supervised care or detention facility. Reasons for missing persons include 25% Independence/ rebellion and another 25% just forget to tell friends and family they were leaving or confusion of informing others. Please contact us so we can assist you to find your loved one again. Good publications on missing persons include; https://www.aic.gov.au/sites/default/files/2020-05/missing-persons.pdf https://www.missingpersons.gov.au/sites/default/files/PDF%20-%20Publications/NMPCC/The%20SOS%20Guide%20Missing%20Persons.pdf
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