Missing People welcomes everyone who has an interest in missing persons to get involved with the charity’s work – be it writing a letter to your MP, taking part in a research study, or telling us about your experience of the issue. Feel free to contact the Policy and Research Team with any enquiries you may have at firstname.lastname@example.org
Policy – Whether you are the relative of a missing person, professional or interested member of the public, there are a variety of ways in which you can get involved in Missing People’s policy work.
See the Missing Rights campaign webpage for details, or contact Holly Towell, Missing People’s Policy Advisor at email@example.com or on 020 8392 4566.
Research - We encourage anyone with an interest to get involved with research around missing people – from students, to charitable organisations, to interested members of the public. Missing People will support your research needs in any way we can. Also feel free to engage with the research community in our ‘Research Landscape’ pages, where you will find information on current research projects and learn about areas in which research would be valuable.
Missing People produces Missing News; a quarterly newsletter which collates all of the latest news and developments relating to missing from across the sector and beyond. Please click here to sign up to receive future issues of the newsletter.
For more information on how you or your organisation can engage with Missing People’s policy and research work, please contact Rachel Steyne at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 8392 4508.