Missing Persons Week Proclaimed in Saskatchewan

Its “Missing Persons Week” in Saskatchewan.

According to the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police, there are 133 “long term” missing person cases in this province.

Long Term is defined as longer than six months.

Even as this week was proclaimed by the government, the frantic search is continuing on the Red Earth Cree Nation for five year old Frank Young.  The little boy has been missing for 21 days.

Project HOME (‘Help Our Missing Emerge’) – a province‐wide digital billboard and social media awareness campaign – was launched to bring attention to the long-term missing persons cases in Saskatchewan.

The goal of this campaign is to raise awareness and generate new tips that can assist Saskatchewan police agencies in helping locate all of these missing individuals.

The seven billboards – located in Regina, Saskatoon, Yorkton, Prince Albert, and North Battleford – will display the pictures, names and some brief details about the majority of those who remain missing in our province. Additional information about the long-term missing persons cases across Saskatchewan can be found on the SACP website:



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