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Missing Persons Registry NSW
The Missing Persons Registry (MPR) was established in July 2019 and not only oversees every Missing Persons report in NSW, but also the unidentified bodies and human remains. Although the MPR is made up of a team of detectives and analysts, it does not usually investigate Missing Persons, instead it reviews each report and provides a supportive role to the police in the field.
Missing Persons In NSW
On average 28 people go missing every day in NSW. Most people are located almost immediately however around 1% go on to become Long Term Missing Persons.
The national definition of ‘Long Term’ is any person missing for over 90 days.
In 2020 there were a total of 9,799 Missing Person reports recorded in NSW. Of these, 18 became Long Term and 12 remain as outstanding.
2016 – 173 Missing Persons hit 90 days with 20 people remaining outstanding;
2017 – 173 Missing Persons hit 90 days with 24 people remaining outstanding;
2018 – 115 Missing Persons hit 90 days with 30 people remaining outstanding;
2019 – 127 Missing Persons hit 90 days with 29 people remaining outstanding;
2020 – 18 Missing Persons hit 90 days with 12 people remaining outstanding.
From the 9,799 Missing Persons in 2020, around 47% were female and 52% were male. Juveniles make up 36% of reports with adults totalling around 63%.
The MPR oversees current Missing Persons and cases dating back to 1945. In 2019 there was a total of 769 Long Term Missing Persons across NSW however by the end of 2020 this number was reduced to 757.