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MISSING PERSONS SEARCH
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Last Name
First Name
Middle Name or Initial
Nickname
Race
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  • Black
  • Asian or Pacific Islander
  • American Indian or Alaskan Native
Sex
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  • Male
  • Female
Date of Birth
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This database contains information about Florida missing persons as reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement by law enforcement agencies throughout the state and authorized for release to the public. FDLE and the reporting agencies strongly recommend that no citizen take any individual action based on this information. This information is not to be used as a confirmation any missing person report is active. Information contained herein should not be relied upon for any type of legal action. FDLE cannot represent that this information is current, active, or complete. You should verify that a missing person report is active with your local law enforcement agency or with the reporting agency.

Please note that the actual physical characteristics of an individual may differ from those returned by a query to this site. Differences may occur due to several factors. The person may have purposely changed his/her hair color/style, eye color (with colored contact lenses), facial hair, new tattoos etc. Also, enough time may have elapsed that the person's height may be greater and weight may have changed. If the contributing agency entering the record does not have exact height and weight, a minimum weight of "50 pounds" and a minimum height of "4 feet" may be used. These displays do not mean the subject is actually four feet tall and weighs only 50 pounds. In addition, the absence of information in an entry such as "scars, marks, tattoos" does not mean the person does not have an item (such as a scar, mark or tattoo). It merely means the contributing agency was not aware of such an item or marking on the person.

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Public Access System Help
Search Missing Persons
This page is used to search for a missing person as entered by a law enforcement agency within the State of Florida. The criteria that can be used to search for a missing person are as follows:
  • Last Name
  • First Name
  • Middle Name or Initial
  • Nickname
  • Race
  • Sex
  • Date of Birth
  • Age
At a minimum, the last 2 characters of the person's last name or the exact nickname is required for a missing person search. The last name may contain a hyphen or alphebetical characters. The First Name, Middle Name, and Nickname must be alphabetical characters only. If a Nickname is specified, it must be the exact nickname. Only 1 of Date of Birth or Age can be specified for a missing person search. The date of birth must be in one of the two formats, MM/DD/YYYY or MM-DD-YYYY. Example: 01/15/1971, 11-03-1961

View Missing Person Search Results
When performing a missing person search, the system will display the results of the search in a table that includes the following headers.
  • Name
  • Date of Birth
  • Race
  • Sex
  • Reporting Agency
If an image exists in the system for a missing person, a camera icon will be displayed next to the Name information. A blank field indicates there is no data available for it. To view a person that has been reported missing, please click on the person's row. Clicking on the column header will sort the search result data. Please note that there is a maximum of 500 results returned for any search for the Public Access System.

View Missing Person
The View Missing Person page will display all information entered for the missing person by the reporting agency that will include the following information:
  • Name
  • Nicknames
  • Aliases
  • Missing Person Circumstances
  • Reporting Agency
  • Agency Case #
  • Date of Last Contact
  • Warrant #
  • Date of Birth
  • Race
  • Sex
  • Height
  • Weight
  • Hair Color
  • Eye Color
  • Scars, Marks, Tattoos
  • Occupation
  • Last Known Address, City and State
  • Medical Caution Information
A blank field indicates that there was no data entered for it.
If an image exists in the system for a missing person, it will be displayed.
The View Missing Person page will have a "Send A Tip" button that will allow for an e-mail to be sent to the reporting agency if you have information regarding the missing person. The View Missing Person page will also display, if available, the phone number of the reporting law enforcement agency. If you wish to report a tip without disclosing your name, you may do so.
IF YOU HAVE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT, DO NOT TAKE ACTION ON YOUR OWN!

Please report your information by contacting the reporting agency.