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Chapter 7

Use a
Missing-Person Checklist to Make Sure Everything Gets Done on Your Loved One's Case

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Checklists are a great way of identifying the most important tasks that need to be completed on a missing-person investigation, and then check them off as they are completed.

 

Page contents:

 


 

 
  Checklist for Searching Parents: When the Reason for Your Child’s Disappearance is Unknown, by Missing Kids (MK) and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (CCCP)
   
Checklist for Searching Parents: When the Reason for Your Child’s Disappearance is Unknown, by Missing Kids (MK) and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (CCCP), 2019, 8 pages.

This is a 15-point checklist for parents whose child has gone missing.

 


 

 
  Missing-Child, Emergency-Response, Quick-Reference Guide for Families, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
   
Missing-Child, Emergency-Response, Quick-Reference Guide for Families, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), 2011, 2 pages.

This is a 33-point checklist for parents whose child has gone missing.


 

 
  Investigative Checklist for First Responders, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
   
Investigative Checklist for First Responders, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), 2017, 2 pages.

This is a 77-point checklist of actions that should be taken by law enforcement in the initial stages of a missing-child investigation.

 


 

 
  Investigative Checklist for Law Enforcement When Responding to Missing Children With Special Needs, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
   
Investigative Checklist for Law Enforcement When Responding to Missing Children With Special Needs, by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), 2016, 2 pages.

This is a 66-point checklist of actions that should be taken by law enforcement in the initial stages of an investigation involving a missing-child with special needs.


 

 
  Guidelines for Recovery of Missing Children: Includes Suggestions for Runaways, by the Polly Klass Foundation (PKF)
   
Guidelines for Recovery of Missing Children: Includes Suggestions for Runaways, by the Polly Klass Foundation (PKF), undated, 5 pages.

This is a 50-point checklist to assist parents in recovering their child.


 

 
  Missing Person Guide Checklist, by the Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN)
   
Missing Person Guide Checklist, by the Missing Persons Advocacy Network (MPAN).

This 21-point online checklist — with hotlinks to more information — identifies what the family of a missing person should make sure is done immediately, the first week, the first month, and longterm.


 

 
  Missing Person’s Checklist, by the Saskatchewan Provincial Partnership Committee on Missing Persons (SPPCMP)
   
Missing Person’s Checklist, by the Saskatchewan Provincial Partnership Committee on Missing Persons (SPPCMP), 2012, 4 pages.

This is an 83-point checklist of actions that should be taken by the family of a missing person.

 


 

 
  Missing Adult Cases, by the Association of Missing and Exploited Children's Organizations (AMECO)
   
Missing Adult Cases, by the Association of Missing and Exploited Children's Organizations (AMECO), Minneapolis, Minnesota, 2014, 3 pages.

This a 26-point checklist of actions that should be taken by the family of a missing person.


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