In of Support Missing Persons
“Our world is becoming an open graveyard for missing people because nobody is paying attention” ~Monica Caison -Cue Founder
Imagine you find yourself suddenly unable to locate your child? Your Mother, father, friend, sibling, grandparent...Any person important to you can become a missing person. Who would you call when doors are closed and you are without answers and feeling desperation? Would you know what to do if you found yourself in this nightmare? Naturally, most people don’t know what to do because having a loved one go missing is unique to it’s own individual set of circumstances.
The FBI reported in the year 2010 a total of 692,944 missing persons reports were entered into The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) this number is a daily average of 1,898,00 persons who went missing per day. That is the equivalent of 7.5 airplanes full of passengers falling out of the sky in a single day. Thousands of cases go unreported each year and the number continues to escalate. There is no discrimination in becoming a missing person. People of all ages, races, and religion turn up missing each and every day of a single year.
The Cue Center For Missing Persons who provide a wide range of free resources to the families of missing persons as well as law enforcement officials whom often call upon CUE for assistance in numerous capacities. The CUE Center advocates for the cases of a missing person including conducting on the ground search, rescue and recovery efforts spanning over the entire country in order to locate a families missing loved across the country. Founded in 1994 by Monica Caison, the CUE Center has helped more than 9,000 families in what is often the most confusing and desperate times of their lives. CUE is entirely donation funded and staffed by dedicated volunteers.
To learn more about the CUE Center For Missing Persons please visit the CUE CENTER website at www.ncmissingpersons.org