Our ultimate goal is to do whatever we can to help spread the word about your missing loved ones.

Missing Report was founded in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada in September 2016.

The reason you can rely on Missing Report to get the word out there about your missing loved ones is quite simple. We’re a team of volunteers with huge hearts and time to spare in our day-to-day lives, so we’ve each decided to do something about a problem that existed along many areas throughout Canada; which we soon found out was in fact a globally recognized issue.
Missing Report was born after Jody Mitoma had noticed he was writing a lot of missing person reports on his local, provincial and national news website Edmonton Talks News. Instead of only reaching his Edmonton Talks News followers, he decided to create Alberta Missing Report in mid-September, 2016. Alberta Missing Report grew quickly, reaching over 4,000 likes on Facebook in less than 6 month’s time, and is now being run by Jasmine Hayes.

That same month, he decided to create Ontario Missing Report (being born in Ontario himself). Britanie Leclair, someone who has never been hesitant to take on new projects with Jody (thank you so much for that, by the way), decided to take on Ontario Missing Report in late-September, 2016, and is still with us today. (You rock!)

A month later, in October, 2016, Jalynne Blaize heard about Missing Report and Jody Mitoma through a mutual friend, and ultimately decides to join Missing Report. Little would anyone ever know, that just three months later, Jalynne would be offered to become the Project Manager of Missing Report, which she accepts with absolute pleasure and gratitude. (I couldn’t be happier with how absolutely incredibly hard-working you have been. Thank you for everything, again, Jalynne.) Aside from being the Project Manager, Jalynne is also the Hiring Manager, who single-handedly takes care of all our new volunteers wishing to join our ever-growing team, and on top of all that, she also runs Saskatchewan Missing ReportManitoba Missing ReportAtlantic Canada Missing Report, and Arkansas Missing Report. (I simply couldn’t ask for a better business partner.)

Since then, others, such as the lovely Terah Abel (running Western Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, Northern Canada & British Columbia Missing Report), Erin Shaw (running Louisana, Georgia, Mississippi & Alabama Missing Report), Jennifer Danielson (running California, Orgeon & Washington State Missing Report), Randi Bintz (running Ireland & England Missing Report), Katy Yorke (running Pennsylvania & Florida Missing Report), Gail Lachance (running Maryland & Washington D.C. Missing Report) and Ava LaFrance (running Tennessee, Michigan & Missouri Missing Report) were the next eight to join our team, so a great big thank you to our veteran volunteers for sticking around for so long!
Missing Report started in Alberta, quickly expanded to Ontario, then Canada-wide. Then it expanded into the United States, Australia, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and Ireland, a couple heavily-populated English-speaking Caribbean islands, Guyana out of South America and finally, Singapore out of Asia. As of May 2017, there are 76 divisions in total, and we’re continuing to grow and won’t be stopping anytime soon.
Our ultimate goal is to have a Missing Report division in every state, province, region, island and country with a population of at least 250,000 people and at least 35% of its population connected to the internet, but this will be impossible without the help of people who live in these countries, or at least speak the country’s native tongue and English as well.

Right now we are in dire need of bilingual individuals that speak both English and a second language, so that we can create a division for you out of an international country. We need Spanish speaking individuals to run divisions out of Mexico and other South America countries, and we need French speaking individuals to run divisions out of France. If you are interested in joining, please tell us a little bit about yourself at hr@missing.report. You'll hear back from us within 48 hours.
All of our Missing Report websites combined receive over 20,000 hits every day, so what we are doing does seem to be working, and we will continue to provide this service free of charge for the duration of our existence. We are reliable in that we make sure to update in accordance with local police, media and close family in the case of missing persons submitted by request using each individual division's submission forms.
Our posters (featured images) were designed to be legible and eye-catching when printed on paper so that this way, our missing person posters could be distributed locally to help spread the word about missing people around the world. Several families have purchased poster-sized, and even billboard-sized printouts of our posters, and we absolutely welcome you to do this with open arms, or simply print them out on your home or work printer.

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Thank you for taking the time to learn a little more about who we are and where we come from!