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Missing Persons: A handbook of research Hardcover – 6 Oct 2016
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‘An indispensable resource for all concerned with missing children and adults, bringing together in one volume contributions from recognised experts in all aspects of missing people. From the moment someone goes missing, through processes of identification, to what happens when a missing person returns, it provides rich reviews of research data and analysis, and detailed discussions of practice and procedure. All those working with missing persons will welcome this volume.’ - Jenny Edkins, Aberystwyth University, UK
About the Author
Karen Shalev Greene is the founder and Director of the Centre of the Study of Missing Persons at the University of Portsmouth. Her research focuses on missing persons and she collaborates with academics, law enforcement agencies and NGOs across the UK and internationally.
Llian Alys is a British Psychological Society Chartered Psychologist and Associate Fellow, a Full Associate of the International Academy for Investigative Psychology and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. She currently works as a Research Psychologist providing consultancy on defence and security issues. She has previous experience in academia (as a Lecturer in Forensic Psychology at the University of Bedfordshire) and in law enforcement (as Research and Policy Officer in the UK Missing Persons Bureau and Crime Analyst in the Serious Crime Analysis Section, both now part of the National Crime Agency).