Iowa Missing Person Information Clearinghouse
Division of Criminal Investigation
Iowa Department of Public Safety
215 E. 7th St.
Des Moines, IA 50319
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Data on this site is updated every 4 hours.
The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children and its Take 25 campaign encourage you to get involved and talk with your children about safety. To begin, click here for some conversation starters.
2014 Missing Children's Day Poster Contest
May 25th was proclaimed National Missing Children's Day by President Ronald Reagan in 1983. The U.S. Department of Justice commemorates Missing Children's Day and each year since 2000, its Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention sponsors a National Missing Children's Day Poster Contest. The poster contest provides an opportunity for schools, law enforcement, and others to engage children in informative discussions about the problem of missing children and how to prevent it.
Talk to your children about the risks and rewards of internet use. Click here for the Iowa Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force's website!
24 Hour Toll Free Hotline 800-346-5507
Teaching the Public
Working Alongside Local Law Enforcement Agencies
Weekly Public Service Announcements
The Missing Person Information Clearinghouse was established July 1, 1985, within the Department of Public Safety providing a program for compiling, coordinating and disseminating information in relation to missing persons and unidentified body/persons. Housed within the Division of Criminal Investigation, the clearinghouse assists in helping to locate missing persons through public awareness and cooperation, and in educating law enforcement officers and the general public about missing person issues.
The Iowa Department of Public Safety releases the names of missing persons on a weekly basis. Click HERE for current statistics.
Data on this site is updated daily at 9:30am Central time.