*For CURRENT cases (2011 to present) click here to visit the Daily Update page
Quinn MARTIN Darren WILLIS Peter JEACLE Garry WELLS Andrew BOURKE Jason DAVIES Radosav STANISAVLJEVIC Prabhdeep SRAWN
Martin ERASMUS Sean WALSH Bach NGUYEN Wilson BISTA Scott BROWN Colin BELL Robert NEVILLE
Nathan KAIN Peter GARVEN James WEST George ROSS
2004 - 2005
Fabian DIENI Christopher STOTT Zhi Yi LU Kevin SELF Peter RAPTIS Ashley BINDON
Peter BREW John FRENCH Asif HADI Marion KUCHARSKI John ROSEN Charles SUDDUTH Allan VITNELL Benjamin STEPHENS
2002 - 2003
Steven PLATT Mathew BIRCOT Ante SIKIC Sydney COLLINS Mahmoud SLEIMAN Paul COX
Terence PAYLING Ian STANTON Rafael VANEGAS Malcolm WONS Scott NEVEN Shane SPILLER Brendan CRINIS
Michael NOVAK John GREEN John BURNS
2000 - 2001
Wojtek STASIAK Young SONG Qing YUE CHEN Robert WILSON Patrick GALLATY David BROWN Ian DRAPER Zoran KOSTANTINNOVIC
Gregory LEITCH Iain MACKILLOP Peter COLEMAN Saverio GANINO Mark TAYLOR Neville BAILEY Emile SIRKA
Lazaros ANASTASSIADIS Chris LANE Gerard MOONEY Seok YOU Mark MORRISON Donald ROTHFIELD Habtom GHILAGABER
Robert PENDERGAST Duc LUU Richard SAJKO Koji SHIRAISHI John WALKER Yuan BIN GAO John DOYLE Terence HALL
Wayne PICKETT Peter FINN Suat TEKIN Eric WARBURTON Barry AYTON Graeme FISHER Leslie BLANCH William FISHER Ronald PENN
Christopher CHILLINGWORTH John DELOOZE Peter GRIFFIN Robert MARTIN Wayne GILLIS Peter MESSARITI George PALMER Andreas HORBAN
Warren LONG Paul SHERIDAN-STACEY Richard LEAPE Lazaro ROIG George BROOK Felice COLUCCIO Mark MELVILLE Andrew ANDERSON
Max TANCEVSKI Max SMEAL Ian HOMFRAY David HOSKINS Peter WON Gregory DIAMOND Stephen MARTIN Howard ISRAEL Graham MONK
Joe BIVIANO Spiros GEORGAKOPOULAS Gregory GRIFFITHS Wayne EASTLEY Mervyn RUSHTON Douglas GONINON William ROACH Steven CAMPBELL
William FENSON Michael O'CONNELL Peter DRUMMOND Stacy De SIELVIE Jeffrey NEVILLE Peter LENDVAY David OLIVER Stephen ROACH
Alfred DREW Harry YOUL Thomas PHILLIPS
Gilles Jaques MATTAINI Ross WARREN Christopher STEPHENS Grant RODGERS James HOWE Barry PENNELL Bernard REARDON
Alan DUNCAN Andrew ROBINSON Andrew INGLIS Gregory BENNETT Paul NORTON Ee CHAN Keith BROWN Derrick HART
Dzung NGUYEN(photo unavailable)
John Howard Marcus ALLCORN Anthony PAYNE Jeffrey HINES Teodor MASTIHUBA Brian KEWIN Peter BAUMANN Timothy MARTIN Leslie TOSHAK
Inspector Ken PRICE
Michael Hutchins(Photo unavailable)
Noel Wildash(Photo unavailable)
Rhett Bosler(Photo unavailable)
Philip Pembroke(Photo unavailable)
Stephen JELFS Robert WOOLCOCK Jack BELLCHAMBERS Donald MACKAY Stephen LAPTHORNE Alan FOX Barry VEITCH Calogero FALCO
Prior to 1970
Donald FARTHING Gregory LOVE John BENNETT Stanley COOPER *John BARKLIMORE
*This is the oldest case on the Register, John went missing in 1920 near Cobar, NSW
This section is for missing persons who were previously reported but no longer appear on the NSW Police missing persons enquiry system. If you know these people have been located please contact me ASAP so I can remove them from the website.
Ian BAILEY Wayne WILLIAMS Timothy QUARMBY Paul ROGERS John MARTIN
Viktor MITRIOUCHKINE Stephen TOTH
Darryl SCHAFER(NSW Police requested photo not displayed)
If you have seen any of the people listed on these pages please call the National Missing Persons Co-Ordination Centre on 1800 000 634 or Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.
I can be contacted by e mail - firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone - 0422 341 955
*Please note - if you find someone on my website who you know has been located PLEASE contact me so I can remove them! The Police don't always provide this information to me so the only way I can know is if someone tells me. The LAST thing I want is to cause the families of the missing any further pain.
Every day in New South Wales, 25 people are reported missing. For their family and friends the wait for contact or information can be agonising. The good news is however, that the NSW Police Missing Persons Unit exists to help find your loved ones. 99% of missing people reported to the unit are located, with strong assistance from the community.
• 35,000 people are reported missing each year in Australia – one person every 15 minutes.
• In 2011, over 12 000 people were reported missing to police in NSW. Of those people, 46 remain missing.
• From the start of 2010 to May 2012, 17,467 juveniles (that is young people 17 years or under) were reported missing in NSW. Of this, 60% were female and 40% male.
• The most common age for young people to go missing is 14 years of age.
• The average time a young person goes missing before they are found in NSW is 4.3 days. Young males tend to go missing for a slightly long time than females, while Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander (ATSI) young people tend to go missing for a longer time (6 days) compared to non-ATSI young people.
• It’s important to remember to let your family or friends know when your plans change, so they know you are safe and well.
• It’s not a crime to go missing. People go missing for many different reasons: conflicts within families and other relationships, mental illness or through suspicious circumstances.
• If a person is reported missing to police, enquires into their whereabouts will be made by police. Police or a person in authority have to sight the person, even if they have returned home, after they have been reported missing to ensure that they are safe and well. They will not be in any trouble and the person’s welfare is the main concern.
• Do not wait 24 hours to report someone is missing if there are fears for their safety and their location is unknown.
• This is an issue that has the potential to affect everyone irrespective of age, gender, sexuality, class, ethnicity, culture, profession or educational background.
• There are currently more than 600 people listed as long-term missing in NSW, that is, missing for more than 12 months.
• As an organisation, the NSW Police Force is continually investigating and exploring opportunities to help reunite missing people with their loved ones.
• Don’t assume that someone else has reported a person missing.
The NSW Police Force would like to thank the Outdoor Media Association for their assistance with Missing Persons Week 2012.
The Outdoor Media Association has kindly donated $100,000 worth of advertising space that has allowed Missing Persons Week to be advertised across 348 sites and 50 taxi backs across NSW.
Police would also like to thank the Westfield Group who promoted Missing Persons Week 2012 throughout their shopping centres and NSW Police Force Facebook and Twitter followers for sharing and ‘re-tweeting’ our messages.
• In the past year over 11,000 people have been reported missing in New South Wales. (35,000 nationally).
• 23% of those reported missing were considered to be related to some form of mental illness or disorder.
• Nearly half of those reported missing are 16 years and under.
• Nearly 10% of persons reported are aged over 60.
• Males and females go missing in equal numbers.
• Over 99% of missing persons are located: 70% within three days, 86% within two weeks.
• The most common missing persons are girls aged 13 to 15.
• Research indicates that for each person reported missing there are 12 people directly affected by their disappearance.
• Police are keen to raise community awareness of missing persons in an effort to reduce the numbers of persons who put themselves at risk by going missing.
It is important for people to be aware that being reported missing is not a crime and that it is the aim of the NSW Police to ascertain if the missing person is safe and well.
If you do NOT wish to return home you do NOT have to, and the Police will NOT make you! They simply need to ascertain if you are safe and well and once that is established they can remove you from the Missing lists.