Become a Support Partner

Supporting us with the search

Support Partners are projects who work with children and/or adults and perform a safeguarding role or aim to increase wellbeing.

Examples of Support Partners include; hostels, soup kitchens, mental health support services or any agency helping children or adults through a difficult time, including voluntary and statutory organisations. 

We send briefings to Support Partners informing them of a person missing in their area, offering advice and support to both the Support Partner and the missing person.

All Support Partners have agreed that they will only share briefings about a missing person that they receive around their staff and volunteers and that briefings will only be displayed in non-public areas.

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There are times when police tell us that they feel publicity isn’t appropriate for a missing person investigation, but that being able to share information of a missing person around safeguarding organisations would be invaluable to their search.

We ask our Support Partners to only share the briefings they receive about a missing person with their staff and volunteers. We’ll NEVER ask you to information-share with us about your service users and there is no requirement to tell Missing People if a missing person is accessing your project.

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