What Should I Do If I have A Missing Person?
- Search your immediate area where missing person was last seen
- Call a friend or neighbor for support and aid in recalling information
- Check with family, friends, co workers and people know your missing person
- Call the police or go to your nearest station and file a report
- Call the CUE Center and request help for case effort
What you will need to make a complete police report:
- 3 current photos
- Complete names of medicines and what they are taken for, doctors’ names, any handicaps, allergies and medical conditions.
- What the person was last wearing-clothing, shoes, etc.
- A list of scars, tattoos, or any artificial limbs
- A list of articles on the person, examples include braces, headgear, jewelry, glasses, lenses, hat, belt, purse, wallet, money, ID, credit cards, etc.
- A complete physical description: color of hair, eyes, skin, weight, height, build, etc.
- The description of travel: direction headed, the means of travel (if car-make, model, year, color, size)
- A list of places the person frequents
- A total view of the situation surrounding the when the person became missing, including accurate places, times, and dates
- A list of phone contacts and their relationship to the missing person
After the report is filed:
- Be sure to obtain a case number and name of the person in charge of your case from the police.
- File a report with your state clearing house and keep track of the case number.
- File a report with CUE and we will provide a C94 which is the case number and caseworker assigned to your case.
You can file a report on this website or call directly 24 hours a day (910) 232-1687.