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Office of Justice Programs

A Division of the Minnesota Department of Public Safety


​​​​​​​​For Community and Families of Missing or Murdered Relatives

Missing Persons 17 Years Old or Younger ​

​​​​​Amber Alert Sign UpThe AMBER Alert plan utilizes maximum public participation to recover a child in non-familial child abductions. ​

​When a child is missing, there​ are many questions – what to do, when to do it, and how to do it. It is overwhelming. 

Missing Adults 18+ Years Old 

Brandon's Law requires law enforcement to report and investigate (“without delay”) the disappearance of any person over 18 years of age. ​

  • Review the requirements for Brandon​'s Law.​

Supportive Resources for Families

Additional resources are located in​ this MMIR brochure, which can​ be downloaded and shared by partners.​​

Human Trafficking Iceberg from Love146Report Suspected Human Trafficking​

  • If you or someone you know is in immediate danger of being trafficked, call 911.
  • To report a suspected trafficking situation, call the BCA at 1-877-996-6222 or email bca.tips@state.mn.us.

Safe Harbor Regional Navigators connect youth ​​with services and serve as points of contact for their communities.​​
​Minnesota Tribal Nations address sex and labor trafficking within their respective reservation.

Love146 is a national organization that journeys alongside children impacted by trafficking today and prevents trafficking of children tomorrow.

Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives

The Department of Justice has prioritized working to address the causes of violence against Native American individuals and communities and to bring justice to victims and their families.

Learn more about the resources the DOJ's Tribal Justice and Safety offers.​​​

Active Missing and Unidentified Persons Databases

​​Missing Persons and Homicide Summary Data​