Voice Platform and Support Network for Families of Missing and Victims of Crime
Celebrating 10 years of volunteer efforts
The Doe Network is a volunteer organization devoted to assisting Law Enforcement in solving cold cases concerning Unexplained Disappearances and Unidentified Victims from North America, Australia and Europe. It is our mission to give the nameless back their names and return the missing to their families. We hope to accomplish this mission in three ways; by giving the cases exposure on our website, by having our volunteers search for clues on these cases as well as making possible matches between missing and unidentified persons and lastly through attempting to get media exposure for these cases that need and deserve it.
We cooperate with several Missing Person, Law Enforcement agencies and Medical Examiners and strive to work with more in the future.
Our organization is structured to provide an efficient way for each volunteer member to participate actively.
The Administrative Team works together to keep the site and the volunteer groups running as smoothly as possible. Each administrative team member has various duties in which they perform to help maintain a working organization.
The area directors serve as our localized link to law enforcement agencies. The area directors are responsible for maintaining good communication with agencies located within their area, validation of cases, possible matches with missing and unidentified persons and information we receive from visitors.
The Media Representatives serve as our localized contact for media inquires. The Media Representatives are responsible for maintaining good communication with local media organizations located within their area and conducting interviews when requested.
The Researchers are responsible for fact checking and locating additional information about the cases listed on our site.
Potential Match Panel:
The Potential Match Panel is responsible for scaling the possibility of each potential match the group makes.
Law Enforcement Liaisons:
LE Liaisons are active / retired law enforcement who help to open doors and encourage good relationships with the law enforcement community.
Members who attended and graduated one of the 5 NamUs Academies in 2010 / 2011. They help to encourage good relationships with NamUs.gov and other government entities.
Professionals in the community who offer support and guidance to the Org on various science and organizational matters.
The volunteer members of our organization work together to help in any way possible. Many of them focus on certain cases or have a certain skill they utilize with the organization. Our volunteer members are very important to us.