National Missing Persons Database

The private investigators at Reveille Advisors have an outstanding history of assisting those grappling with the distress of a missing loved one. We approach these cases with personal empathy and dedication, as we’ve experienced the anguish of having a loved one go missing.

A “missing person” can encompass a variety of situations, including:

  • Teen runaway
  • Intentional fleeing
  • Mental health issues leading to homelessness
  • Substance abuse leading to homelessness
  • Economic hardship
  • Unexpected incarceration
  • Kidnapping, foul play, or human trafficking

Given the critical nature of these situations, it is essential to have both official law enforcement agencies and private intelligence contractors working on your behalf. This collaborative approach leverages the strengths of both entities, ensuring a comprehensive and effective response to locating your missing loved one.

A man and woman are part of a search party looking for a missing person. They have the missing person flyer in their hand as they strategize in the forest for their next move. Let Reveille Advisors help you with missing persons and homeless location cases.

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2024 Recent Missing Persons Reports & Lists

Even if you hire Reveille Advisors to assist in locating your missing loved one, it is crucial to file a missing persons report with the appropriate federal or state law enforcement agencies.

Although many departments may lack the resources to effectively manage the high volume of active missing person cases, filing a report ensures that your case is officially documented. This step is essential and increases the chances of a successful resolution.

The list of resources below was updated on July 10, 2024.

Search Missing Persons by State

Visit the following external websites to see each state’s most recent list of missing persons. Most states offer robust databases with photos and biographical information about each person. For those that do not, we’ve provided the “best” resource we could identify to assist you. 

Federal Resources for Missing Persons

  • Department of Justice (DOJ): Information on reporting and identifying missing persons. Visit justice.gov.
  • Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI): Active Kidnappings and Missing Persons. Visit fbi.gov.
  • INTERPOL: Yellow Notices are issued when INTERPOL asks for help locating missing persons. Visit interpol.int.
  • National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC): Call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678) for missing children. Visit missingkids.org.
  • National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs): NamUs helps report and find missing persons and unidentified remains. Visit namus.gov.
  • National Park Service: Investigators within the NPS have an ongoing list of those missing from our nation’s parks. Visit nps.gov.
  • U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs: Offering a comprehensive database of missing Native Americans. Visit bia.gov.

Additional Organizations

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