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Bringing Hope and Healing

To The Missing and Their Families

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Missing in Arkansas, Inc.
Bringing Hope and Healing

Through Crisis Intervention, Prevention, and Community Education.

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Missing in Arkansas

Missing in Arkansas (MIA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit located in Havana, Arkansas, dedicated to bringing hope and healing to the missing and their families through crisis intervention, prevention, and community education

LEGAL NOTICE

At the present time Missing in Arkansas (MIA) is not a non-profit corporation. However, application has been made for non-profit an tax-exempt status. We are not collecting or accepting any donations until we are officially certified by the state as a non-profit corporation and tax exemption from the IRS. This web site is under development and when we are certified as a non-profit organization the site will be up and functional.

IMPACT

We impact the missing person’s issue through community and family based safety education programs.

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PREPARE

We prepare our community through law enforcement partnerships, specialized trainings, and investigative tools.

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RESPOND

We respond to missing person cases through resource based assistance and the Arkansas Silver Alert.

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OUR STORY

Missing in Arkansas (MIA), a 501(c)(3) missing persons organization formed in March of 2019 after the disappearance of 57-year-old Robert Cox who was reported missing from his home. Robert’’s sister decided after working for years to bring awareness and find him to turn his tragedy into a positive effort that would have an impact on missing adults and their families in Arkansas. We at  Missing in Arkansas strive to stay true to our founding mission to help searching families find hope.

Where is Robert Cox

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No circumstance has a more devastating effect on a family than the unknown whereabouts of a loved one. Immediately making identification information available to the public has proven effective in helping to locate  missing adults. The majority of law enforcement officials consider photographs to be the most important tool in missing person cases.

There is no required waiting period to report a missing person. Law enforcement agencies should be contacted without delay. This is extremely important in cases involving a possible abduction, suspected foul play or an at-risk situation.

Freddie Lee Johnson

Freddie Lee Johnson

December 6, 2018
The Parkin Police Department has requested activation of a Silver Alert. Point of contact for additional information is Sylvester Kirkwood - (870) 755-5491....
Linda L. Bean

Linda L. Bean

April 22, 2016
The missing Individual was last known to be at 2 miles north of Shawmut on Caddo Gap Road, in Delight, Arkansas. near Intersection of Caddo Gap road and Shawmut Road.
Miranda Michelle Owens

Miranda Michelle Owens

April 21, 2015
Age and/or DOB: 12/23/1974 Missing Date: 4/21/2015 Missing from City: Stuttgart Missing from County: Arkansas
Irven Thomas Kuykendall

Irven Thomas Kuykendall

January 4, 2015
Age and/or DOB: 7/8/1935 Missing Date: 1/4/2015 Missing from City: Fort Smith Missing from County: Sebastian
Michael T. Kroell Sr.

Michael T. Kroell Sr.

January 12, 2012
Age and/or DOB: 2/6/1945 Missing Date: 1/12/2012 Missing from City: Heber Springs Missing from County: Cleburne
Robert Wayne Cox

Robert Wayne Cox

February 19, 2011
Age and/or DOB: 9/28/1953 Missing Date: 2/19/2011 Missing from City: Havana Missing from County: Yell
Albert Lee “Nubby” Scarber

Albert Lee “Nubby” Scarber

January 1, 2009
Age and/or DOB: 12/28/1939 Missing Date: 1/1/2009 Missing from City: Oak Grove Missing from County: Nevada

FAMILY PORTAL

Arkansas Missing Adult Response Team (AMART) training is a multi-disciplinary approach to responding to a missing adult incident.

MISSING ADULT RESPONSE TEAM

Arkansas Missing Adult Response Team (AMART) training is a multi-disciplinary approach to responding to a missing adult incident.

VOLUNTEERS

Volunteers are needed in all areas that includes search teams, education and training, counselors, research, administrative, literature distribution, public relations, marketing, event planning, social media, and procurement.

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DONATION

Your kind contribution means that Missing in Arkansas, Inc. can stand ready to answer calls, provide training to first responders, and bring missing adults home.

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Our Annual Events

Awards Presentation

Date: February 16, 2019

Golf Challenge for The Missing

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Date: February 16, 2019

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  • LOST IN THE LAKE

    LOST IN THE LAKE

    A MOTHER DEDICATES HERSELF TO A NONPROFIT THAT RECOVERED HER SON’S BODY LONG AFTER THE SEARCH WAS CALLED OFF.

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