The UK’s only charity that works with young runaways, missing and unidentified people, their families and others who care for them. 116 000 is the number to call for confidential help and advice if you, or someone you care about are missing, or have been affected by a disappearance.
The UK Missing Kids Website isa unique, state-of-the art tool designed to help the police recover missing and abducted children. It is a partnership between the Police, charities, and the private sector.
Our Child Abduction Section offers assistance to British nationals affected by international parental child abduction. You should contact the police if your child has been taken from the UK overseas without your consent.
'Forever Searching' is a global group whose whole purpose for existing is to raise awareness to individual child abductions throughout the world. Thanks to the power of the internet and to the sheer determination and passion of the group members who have come together from many different parts of the world - "ForeverSearching" are able to target several countries simultaneously with their ongoing awareness campaign.
Railway Children exists to help vulnerable children in grave circumstances. Our objective is to provide relief to children and young people who are in conditions of need, hardship or distress and in particular to those living on the streets.
We are theleading UK charity specialising in international parental childabduction. We understand the difficult issues surroundinginternational parental child abduction, and we can offer you practical,impartial advice, information and support through our specialist advice line.
Every year hundreds of thousands of children around the world go missing or are abducted. Some are forcibly separated from one parent by the other; some are abused; and others simply disappear, never to be found again. PACT was created to help ensure the protection of these children and provide on-line advice and support to victims and their families.
When a relative or friend goes missing abroad it can be very distressing and you may feel at a loss as to what to do about it. This leaflet explains what practical help our consular staff can offer you, what you may wish to do yourself, and where you can go for additional help.
The first few hours in a missing person's search are often referred to as 'The Golden Hours'. In this time quite often the missing person is found, and there are a number of steps you can take initially yourself. If at any point in this list you feel unable to carry on or need help, advice or just someone to make some calls for you then just call our Operations Team. Missing Abroad is the first point of contact for families suddenly confronted with the unthinkable, providing access to both knowledge and logistical support to ensure that every effort can be made to find the person as quickly as possible.