Scroll down for downloadable assets, tools and resources you can use to support missing/unidentified persons or cold case victims across RI today.
The OVC is one of six program offices within the Office of Justice programs at the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ). OVC is committed to enhancing the nation's ability to assist crime victims and providing leadership in changing attitudes, policies and practices to promote justice and heaing for all crime victims. Click below to visit OVC's library and multimedia support page.
JHV is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization established in 1984 and run entirely by volunteers. JHV provides support in dealing with the pain and suffering associated with homicide and help for victims fighting for their rights.
Every second counts when a child goes missing. The FBI's Child ID app provides a convenient place to electronically store photos and other vital information about your children so it's right at hand if you ever need it. Be able to show pictures and provide critical personal identiers to security or police officers on the spot. Using a special built-in tab, you can also quickly e-mail information to authorities.
The Missing Person Support Center (MPSC) is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the families, public and law enforcement through training and awareness, and methods of prevention. Click below to get connected with national resources.
The BAMFI is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to bring awareness to missing persons of color, provide resources and tools to missing persons' families and friends, and to educate the minority community on personal safety. Click below to learn more.
The NIWRC resource library includes culturally-grounded resources developed by NIWRC to support tribes, tribal programs, and advocates working on issues of violence against Native women, as well as other materials from outside sources. Click to learn more and help support missing and murdered Native women (MMIW).
This customizable 8x11" missing person flyer template is courtesy of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women (MMIW) site and part of their MMIW toolkit for families and communities. We thank them for providing this important resource to support our local families of missing persons. Please visit their site above for more.