New database offers free online database for missing persons

The Free Online Database for Missing Persons (FONAP) offers free, online access to a large, nationwide database of information on missing persons, including information on how to file a report, and provides a database of death certificates and related information.

The database was launched in September 2017 and is being offered by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

 The Free Online Databases for Missing People (FONDAP) database provides free access to information on the status of a missing person, including a complete list of state laws, the procedure for filing a missing persons report, as well as a free online interactive searchable database for the first time.

FONDAP offers an interactive search and download tool for anyone interested in identifying and/or locating a missing or runaway child.

It is available in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, and Turkish.

The FOND AP database includes information on a number of important issues, including missing persons investigations, the state of the missing person database, and cases reported in various media.

FondAP provides a variety of free tools, including searchable reports, a map, a database viewer, a search tool, and a free report form.

The database is free to use, and the data is stored securely, so it can be accessed without fear of loss or misuse. 

FOND AP is available at: The Free Free Online Datalab (FOD) offers a free, interactive, online database that provides detailed information about the death certificates issued for people who have died in the U.S. It includes information about cases of children who have been reported missing and information on whether a child is a runaway.

It also includes information regarding the National Missing and Abused Children’s Network and the National Network of Missing and Missing Persons.

There are three categories of FOD data available: the first is the National Child Report System (NCRS), which contains information on child missing and reported cases, and is available online at

The second category is the Missing Children Report System, which contains child missing cases and information regarding whether the child is reported missing.

Finally, there is the Child Report Center (CLC), which includes information pertaining to the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and the Missing Child Center, and includes information concerning cases of child missing.

The Free online database provides an extensive list of information, including death certificates, reports, and missing persons files, and can be used by anyone interested.

It can also be accessed free of charge, but there is a $5 fee to access the information.