The International Journal of Missing Persons publishes international research in all areas related to missing persons. It is published by San Jose State University and the Forensic Social Sciences Association, which is affiliated with the Universite de Reims, Law Faculty.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 1 (2023)
Can Undergraduate Artists With No Training in Forensic Art Produce Accurate Age Progressions?
William B. Erickson, James Lampinen, Charlie Frowd, and Gregory Mahoney
Shared responsibility: conceptualising how a public health approach may enhance police response to missing persons
Katie Gambier-Ross, Joe Apps Dr, and Sarah Wayland Dr
Exploring the Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Number of Reported Missing Persons in Canada during 2020
Alexandria Connolly, Mauranne Ste-Marie, and Kevin O'Shea
Exploring facilitators, barriers and concerns of police using social media when investigating missing children
Eleanor Howlings and Reka Solymosi