Preview Card Update: Added Date (Missing) and Date (Found) to overview

It’s important to get a bird’s-eye perspective when looking through cases, especially when a site lists hundreds of them. For this reason, I have updated the preview card (the card shown site-wide when referencing a person’s record) with the date (missing) and date (found) field in short date format. This date is listed in M/D/Y format.

More information pertaining to each case (the duration of time since missing/found) can be found inside the record. Simply click the card in the Explore page, and you’ll be directed to the individual case file with all applicable data.


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    Joss Leal

    Joss Leal

    Joss Leal is an outdoor enthusiast, Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business. Joss founded Missing NPF in October 2020, and maintains the Missing NPF database alongside a team of 3 dedicated ‘seekers’.

    About Missing NPF

    There is currently no centralized database for those who have gone missing in National Parks and/or Forests at the federal level.

    We have established this listing in an effort to provide a holistic measure of assistance, both to inform future search efforts and to establish an assistive resource for those who are currently living with the loss of a loved one. 

    Missing NPF supports the call for federal agencies to establish, maintain, and share a full listing of those missing in U.S. National Parks and Forests. Meanwhile, we have established our own, and seek your collaboration in providing a meaningfully-detailed source by which to expand public knowledge, identify trends, and empower future search efforts. Join us on this mission.