Wednesday, 30 March 2011

Welcome to The Missing Blog!

More than 250,000 reports of missing people are made in the UK every year. The Missing Blog aims to give a voice to all those involved and affected by this issue.

Written by families and friends of missing people, high-profile supporters trying to raise awareness of the cause, and volunteers and staff at the charity Missing People, we hope that this blog will offer a window into the issue of missing.

While this discussion is hosted by the charity Missing People, the posts reflect the different authors’ personal views of dealing with the missing issue, so do not necessarily reflect the organisation's views. You'll find a more general view of what the charity does on the Missing People website.

We value comments both complimentary and critical. However, we will not tolerate any aggressive or personal criticism of the blogger, or defamatory or objectionable comments. Due to the sensitivity of the field we work in and the issues that we address, we will moderate all comments submitted. For this reason, there will be a delay between the submission of your comment and it appearing on the site.

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Around 250,000 people go missing in the UK each year. The Missing Blog aims to give a voice to all those affected by this issue.

Written by families and friends of missing people, supporters working to raise awareness of the cause, and volunteers and staff at the charity Missing People, we hope that this blog will offer a window into the issue of missing.

The charity Missing People is a lifeline when someone disappears. To find out more about Missing People and ways that you can support the charity visit www.missingpeople.org.uk.

Call or txt the charity Missing People for free on 116 000, 24/7 if you or anyone you know is affected by a disappearance.