CANADIAN CENTRE FOR INFORMATION ON MISSING ADULTS
The Canadian Centre for Information on Missing Adults (CCIMA) is a bilingual online resource that acts as an information and referral centre for families and friends of missing adults. The website also features information fact sheets for anyone interested in learning more about practices and policies relating to missing adults.
The CCIMA was created as a joint initiative between the Canadian Resource Centre for Victims of Crime and Ontario’s Missing Adults.
FAMILY’S GUIDE TO THE NATIONAL MISSING PERSONS DNA PROGRAM
This guide provides general information to families of the missing who are considering the voluntary submission of their DNA to be used in comparisons against unidentified human remains. The guide explains various considerations such as participation in the program, informed consent and how samples are dealt with over time.