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CUE Center for Missing Persons 12th Annual National Conference

”Paving the Way by Grace” is the theme for the 12th Annual National Missing Persons Conference sponsored by CUE Center for Missing Persons in Wilmington, North Carolina. The conference will be held March 17-20th at the Holiday Inn, 5032 Market Street, Wilmington, NC. The four-day event will focus on improving communication between families and agencies, exchanging ideas, and creating a unified support system for victims left behind. The National Missing Persons Conference is open to all who have an interest in supporting the primary cause of locating missing persons including search and rescue groups. In addition, the Conference is open to those who support victims of homicide, intimate partner violence and other crimes against both adults and youth. Advocates from law enforcement, victims’ assistance, youth groups, families of the missing and anyone with an interest in learning how they, too, can help are welcome. Registration is now open. LINK TO REGISTRATION The conference is both educational and informative, presenting cutting edge technology and ideas to make a difference in the way missing person’s cases are handled. “Through classes and presentations by those …

Crime Wire Welcomes Michael Streed “Sketch Cop” and a 64 Year Old Cold Case

Crime Wire  http://www.crimewiresite.com Tuesday, March 29,  9pm ET http://www.blogtalkradio.com/crimewire Guests:  Michael Streed As the author of the book, ‘SketchCops – True Stories From Those Who Draw The Line Against Crime, Michael is able to share his unique art and investigative skills to true crime fans. To satisfy the need to deliver high-quality images to his law enforcement clients, he helped created SketchCop Facette Face Design System, an innovative software program that helps investigators create digital composite images. By combining his experience as an investigator and police sketch artist, Michael allows law enforcement officers to borrow his skills on their very own PC’s or laptop computers. http://www.sketchcop.com Our second segment will feature a case referred by Citizens Against Homicide, and it will be the oldest case ever profiled on Crime Wire. We’re going to go back 64 years, to March 19, 1947, to explore the disappearance and murder of 12-year-old Edward Flynn, Jr., in Burlington, Mass. Gene Cervantes of CAH and Eddies’ brothers, John and Bob Flynn, will take us through what happened to Eddie and …