NOTICE - July 2019 - I apologise for the state of the photos. Photobucket has decided that despite me giving them large amounts of money over the years, they want more, and they have now chosen to watermark all my photos. I am gradually moving all the photo links over to my server, please bear with me as this takes a great deal of time.
NEW SOUTH WALES MISSING PERSONS - Adult Female
2000 to 2005
Can't find the case you're looking for? She may be in the teenage girl section. Click here.
If you have seen any of the people on these pages please call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000, or the National Missing Persons Co-ordination Centre on 1800 000 634, or your local Police.
MISSING PERSONS TRAGICALLY LOCATED DECEASED
I can be contacted by e mail - firstname.lastname@example.org but if you have any information about any missing person please contact Police on the numbers above.
*Please note - if you find someone on my website who you know has been located PLEASE contact me so I can remove them.
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.
• 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.