The next link will take you to The Real Crimes website.  It is for families and friends of crime victims who have never found justice.  It is an excellent forum to state your case.  It is online, thanks to author Lois Duncan and her husband Don Arquette, who lost their daughter, Kait, 18 in a still unsolved murder.  Perhaps it will help you.  I hope so.

This next link was sent to us by Glendene Grant, who is uniting with mothers of missing children.  Glendene hopes this site will help
in her search for her daughter, Jessie Foster.
Author Ann Rule

Resources for Victims

If violence has touched your family,  we hope you will find some comfort when you visit the following websites.  Most are volunteer driven by people who have lost loved ones.  Chances are, you will find someone to talk to who understands what you are going through.
The first link is to the website of a group that nobody wants to belong to but those who do are there for each other.  (They also have a 24 hour crisis line where you can "speak with a trained advocate who can provide assistance with needs resulting from victimization."
(800) 346-7555

Families and Friends of Victims of Violent Crimes

If you have a missing family member, the next site is a wonderful place to get emotional support: 

The following will take you to a website that allows you to search for inmates across America.

Here is another link to search for inmates from The Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Other helpful sites include the following:

National Association of Crime Victims Compensation Board

National Association of Parents of Murdered Children, Inc.

National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs)

(Click here to watch NamUs video or click to read NamUs Fact Sheet without leaving this site.)

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