Returning Missing Adults seminars: learning, intervention and prevention
In 2016 Missing People, in partnership with Professor Hester Parr, University of Glasgow, hosted two learning events about returning missing adults. Below you will find a briefing paper, a short film, presentations, liveblogs and social media round-ups from the events.
Missing People and the University of Glasgow have jointly produced a briefing paper about Returning Missing Adults. The briefing paper calls for Return Home Interviews (RHIs) for adults, an evaluated trial of adult RHIs, and improved knowledge and evidence about the costs of missing adult incidents.
Short film - Voices of returned missing people
This short film features the words of returned missing adults interviewed for the Geographies of Missing People project, and voiced by Missing People staff and volunteers. Full audio versions of the Stories of Missing Experience are available at Geographies of Missing People.
London event, 28th April 2016
Presentations from the day are available below. To review the content of the day, including social media, photos and short videos, you can view the Storify summary or the liveblog below. You can also browse tweets from the day using the hashtag #ReturnedMissing
Cardiff event, 18th August 2016
Presentations from the day are available below. To review the content of the day, including social media posts and photos, you can view the Storify summary or the liveblog below. You can also browse tweets from the day using the hashtag #ReturnedMissing
These events were funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, via Professor Hester Parr of the University of Glasgow, in association with the ESRC Impact Prize for Outstanding Impact in Society.
These events were hosted in partnership with