Are You A Person Who is Missing?

It is a not a crime to go missing.

If you are someone who is missing, please take time to see the effort that families on this website and other families have made to try and find out any information about their relative who has gone missing.

Whatever the reasons why a person goes missing, it is important for people to know that their relatives are safe.  Where there is no information, one cannot presume that they are safe. You do not have to return home if you do not want to.

But do please make contact and identify yourself to someone, a local Police Station, or thiswebmaster or the missing persons association at 087-9609885 (from outside Ireland 00-353- 87-9609885 ) or the Irish Missing Persons Helpline on 1890-442-552 to get a message through to your relatives or phone “Searching for the Missing” on +353-85-2092119. For people missing in Ireland there is a also a message home service operated by the Missing Persons Helpline. The number is freephone 1800 911 999 and callers cannot be traced. If the person wishes to speak to someone they should call the helpline on 1890-442-552.

They will guarantee you confidentiality and respect your privacy. You can also get a message home through the UK Missing People Helpline “Message Home” facility where the phones are staffed 24 hours a day. The phone number for message home from the UK is Freefone 0500 700 700.

 

“If you have a tender message
or a loving word to say,
Do not wait till you forget it
But whisper it today;
the tender word unspoken,
The letter never sent,
The long forgotten messages,
The wealth of love unspent.
For these some hearts are breaking,
For these some loved ones wait;
So show them that you care for them
Before it is too late.”

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