Categorical Data Classification coupled with a manual verification process discovers cases which are not routinely returned as results in the national missing and unidentified person database.

 

This method highlights input errors, exact keyword match requirements, complicated search forms, medical and technical jargon, or local slang.

By studying each city's data so extensively, we are able to advise case managers on how their case input can be improved to achieve better matches in search results 

 

Utilizing the information we discovered during the data collection process, we will provide a full report with data analysis to your t

That number was calculated by the UN, where water access was divided into two categories:

Creating Systemic Change

Reviving Cold Cases

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:A centralized resource for answers to Homeless Missing and Unidentified Person cases 

A research library with new data on over 8,000 cases from 12 cities across the nation.

A hub for advocates who are connected, invested, and eager to share.

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was calculated by the UN, water access was divided into two categories: improved and unimproved sources. Improved meant that your water source was protected from contamination; unimproved meant that your water source was not protected from contamination. It was estimated that 663 million people depended on an unimproved source.

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We are a community of advocates creating new ways to research and revive cold cases of missing and unidentified persons. 

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We are a community of advocates creating new ways to research and revive cold cases of missing and unidentified persons. 

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We are a community of advocates creating new ways to research and revive cold cases of missing and unidentified persons. 

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