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    I was walking my dog, Zoe, down the street one day. It was all going well until Zoe starting digging in the yard that belonged to the richest person on the block. I knew I was dead, it would a matter of moments until they would find me and do something to me that I would later regret. As I am trying to pull my 100-pound golden retriever away to keep walking, I notice something. Zoe found bones that belonged to a human. Sadly, my fake sick day just turned into another work day. Now that I have finished

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    been working on a missing person case, but with as much luck as Coyote chasing Roadrunner. So there I was, working late at the station when the phone rings. Chelsi, our night shift operator , picked it up and answered. I hear a man in distress on the other line. When she puts it back down she looks directly at me and said,” I’ve got another missing person case for you, Chief.” We got a call from a businessman named Mr. Greenslade. He was claiming that his assistant had gone missing. He said that he

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    It is important to say, that the decision can only be made by the UK High Court, when the court are satisfied that the missing person has been a permanent resident in England and Wales for at least one year on the date of missing, which is explained under 1(3) . Lavinia was a resident of York in England, so the requirement of the Act is fulfilled. However, there should be more information provided about the domicile of Lavinia, since the court can determine the domicile of Lavinia at the time of

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    A constant sight on the news or internet is of a missing person. Studies by the crimelibrary say that over 800,000 people go missing every year (4). Of those, a little over half are men, half are ethnic minorities and around 50,000 are adults. For such democratic statistics, one would imagine that there would be an equal amount of media coverage for these demographics, yet that is not true. If we observe carefully, we can see that the media tends to follow a certain pattern with who they pick to

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    Technology In The Giver

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    “In 2012, there was 661,000 cases of missing people; and that is just from that one year. Very quickly, 659,000 of those were canceled. This is so, because they were found by the technology that we use today.” (www.npr.org ). In other words, a lot of people went missing last year. But, thanks to technology, people were able to find over 80% of them! Some societies need technology to help one another live a happy life. Take The Giver, by Lois Lowry, for example. In The Giver, there is a society that

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    TMJ Chapter 24

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    current moment?” “No.” Mr. Germany answered. “Actually I’m having a little spare time now. So, yes, if it’s only a moment, no problems.” “I thank you for your kind assistance,” Japan replied. “So, Germany-san, is there any report about missing person, preferably a missing ones around your place of living?” Mr. Germany hushed. “How could you know it, Japan? Actually, it’s true. We’ve found a girl a few times ago... she had lost her memories, and yes, you can say she’s lost when we found her.” Japan’s

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    Forensics Anthropology

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    human skeleton. A forensics anthropologist can find out. How a person lived, the food that person ate, and the overall make-up of a human. The use of forensics has grown in recent years, it is used to solve crimes and locate missing persons. Snow, (1982) Forensics anthropology is not a new science. The first case forensics anthropology was used on was the Jezebel case, dating back to the nineteenth century. This case involved a person, who was thrown from a window. Snow, (1982) The remains found in

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    the moment I could see her eyes starting to water. “We don’t know where he is.” She added on in a whisper. “I-It’s going to be okay,” Kellin tried to reassure her, taking a seat beside her on the couch. “Maybe we can call the police, file a missing person report.” He suggested. Mrs. Fuentes broke, tears falling with ease as she rested her head against Kellin’s shoulder. The sight alone made Kellin want to cry as well.

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    Avonte Oquendo Case Study

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    "Avonte, this is your mother," the recording said. "You are safe. Walk toward the lights”, echoed around New York City the night of October 4th, 2013 (Botelho, 2014). Avonte Oquendo, a 14-year-old Autistic boy living in Queens, and attending Long Island City School wondered out of the school without being noticed. Teachers and administration were given specific instructions from Avontes mother to not let him out of your site because he has a tendency to wander. One of the side doors of the building

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    Missing Essay

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    How do people go missing? Well, there are many explanations to this question. Kidnappings, disappearing by choice, death at sea, running away, and so many more things can answer how people go missing. However, maybe there is a more important question. Why do people go missing? A child goes missing in the United States every 40 seconds. With adults and children together just in the United States that equals about 2,300 every day and over 800,000 every year. The worldwide estimate is that over 8,000

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