ALBERTA MISSING REPORT — (ALBERTA.MISSING.REPORT):
The Alberta Missing Report was founded for the most part due to the lack of a proper, organized and accomplished website based solely on reporting on missing people in the province of Alberta. It was built in an attempt to get missing persons reports seen and shared across the province with the utmost of haste, even if that means that a proper police report has not been published. We don’t have time to wait for police when it comes to our missing loved ones.
We strive to get the word out about missing people with professionalism and haste. That is our number one priority, and we promise to deliver.
The founder of this website noticed that there were simply too many missing person cases that were being ignored by local police departments and the Alberta RCMP, so he simply took initiative and started his own website to do exactly that. In searching Facebook for missing people across the province, believe it or not, there are many that have not been reported on by local police, and this is simply unacceptable, so instead of sitting back and watching it happen, he did something about it.
This website and its growing community was founded in September 2016, and has grown to be one of the most trusted missing persons websites in Alberta in less than a month’s time. Our missing persons reports have been shared over 32,000 times in just the first month of operation. This is in part due to professionalism, in part due to speed, in part due to proper research, and last but certainly not least; in part due to simply caring for my neighbours and their loved ones.
Jody Mitoma is the founder of Alberta Missing Report. He also owns and operates the anonymous online community Shoutout Edmonton (EST. April 2014, boasting over 25,000 online followers), as well as the unbiased urgent, uplifting and underground news website Edmonton Talks News (EST. April 2016, with 4,000+ online followers). Each Alberta Missing Report notice is shared to the followers of these two communities, along with as many Facebook groups in the vicinity of the missing person’s location.
The more people that know about a missing person, the more eyes there are on the lookout on an hourly basis, and the more knowledge that is learned about these missing people.
We ask that you please share any and all reports of missing people in your area, and that you join us online by following us on Facebook and/or Twitter to receive notifications of newly missing persons across the beautiful province of Alberta.