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New missing persons database NamUs starts solving cases

NamUs contains two databases – one for unidentified remains and one for missing persons – and search engines the general public can use to find a match.

The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

The Justice Department has unveiled a computer database that will help families locate the bodies of lost loved ones.  Families, law enforcement agencies, medical examiners and coroners, victim advocates, and the general public are encouraged to register their missing loved ones with The National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs), the first national repository for [...]

Save the National Center for Missing Adults

It’s within our power to save the National Center for Missing Adults. I urge you to stand with me and help in any way you possibly can. What can you do to help, you ask?

First and foremost they need money! Click on the FirstGiving fundraising widget below and visit my NCMA Fundraising Page. Tax-deductible donations can be made online safely and securely through FirstGiving.

Help Establish National Protocol for Missing and Unidentified Person Cases

Believe or not, in the US,  there is no National Protocol for law enforcement to follow in missing person cases. If we did, we probably wouldn’t have so many unidentified persons and the likelihood of finding missing people would be much improved. Not only that but police would be forced to follow the same guidelines [...]

Giving Thanks

my dakinis

On this special holiday of gratitude, I am grateful for:

my precious children (my little dakinis)
my precious human life
my husband & lifelong best friend, “Steaprok”
his infinite patience
my family
my friends & sangha
the kindness of my teachers - especially Lama Tsering Everest & Chagdud Khandro of Chagdud Gompa
my daughters’ school, their teacher’s & the butterfly garden
the [...]