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CUE Center for Missing Persons

National Missing Persons Conference Welcomes Experts

The CUE Center for Missing Persons’ 15th Annual National Missing Persons Conference, “Turning Commitment into Action” will be held March 21-24, 2019 in historical Wilmington, North Carolina. Registration is open to the public. Click here: https://fs12.formsite.com/cuecenter/form4/index.html A large part of the conference activities are presentations and classes led by experts in various fields addressing aspects of missing persons, unsolved homicide, criminal investigation, mental health and important issues. “Through classes and presentations by those who are considered experts in their fields, attendees will gain a better understanding of the issues and possible solutions. We will provide a place where families can interact and know they are not alone on their journey,” said CUE Founder Monica Caison. This year we are proud to announce the lineup of experts who will be attending the conference. Attendees will have ample time to network and interact with each of them during the course of the weekend. Dr. Henry C. Lee Dr. Henry C. Lee is one of the world’s foremost forensic scientists. Dr. Lee’s work has made him a landmark in modern-day criminal investigations. He …

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CUE Center for Missing Persons Observes 13th National Missing Persons Conference

March 16-19, 2017 attendees will gather in Wilmington, North Carolina for the 13th annual National Missing Persons Conference sponsored by CUE Center for Missing Persons. The theme for the conference is “Embracing Dignity & Courage” and is open to all who are interested in the issue of missing persons. The location for the 2017 conference is the Holiday Inn, 5032 Market Street in Wilmington. Registration is now open and easily accessed at the CUE Center for Missing Persons website.  A Candlelight Vigil honoring all of the missing, victims of crime and their families will be held at the Wilmington Convention Center, 10 Center Drive, at 7:30pm Saturday, March 18 and is open to the public. The moving ceremony also recognizes those who have given their time and talents to missing persons with the Keeper of the Flame awards. Each year speakers and class instructors are carefully chosen as experts in their fields to offer attendees the best and latest information relative to missing persons, unsolved homicides, and ways for families to cope with the devastation. Along with …

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KIm Kolton’s Crime Wire: Monica Caison and Missing Persons

You can hear Crime Wire   Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Eastern.  Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE or to the PODCAST   Monica Caison of CUE Center for Missing Persons Founder of CUE Center for Missing Persons, Monica Caison, joins the show to update listeners on missing persons cases.  Monica Caison and her organization put importance on all missing persons, not just those in the headlines. The CUE Center makes a difference for everyone concerned with missing persons through the services they provide along with an annual Road to Remember Tour to bring attention at the local and national level for missing persons cases, cold cases, and unsolved homicides. On a given misty morning Monica Caison finds time to contemplate a portion of the missing persons cases presented at one of the tour stops. This year will be no different, many of the names remain on the list of missing, but, as in years past, some will come home to their families as a result of the added attention. Some families will …

Kim Kolton’s Crime Wire: Steve Hodel and The Black Dahlia Unsolved Murder, Or is it?

You can hear Crime Wire   Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Eastern.  Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE or to the PODCAST Yes, a new look, a new host, but the same quality show! One of the country’s most spellbinding unsolved homicides is that of Elizabeth Short known as the “Black Dahlia.”  Steve Hodel, a prestigious former LAPD detective turned private investigator, made some surprising discoveries as he was sifting through his deceased father’s belongings after his death in 1999. In the belongings of Dr. George Hodel were pictures of Elizabeth Short, The Black Dahlia, when she was alive. Immersing himself in an investigation of the evidence found, as well as interviewing other investigators, Steve Hodel realized that the Black Dahlia murder was most likely not the first, nor the last, committed by the number one suspect, Dr. George Hodel, his father, described as a possibly responsible for 7-20 serial murders around Los Angeles.   Steve Hodel has written about his findings in Black Dahlia Avenger: A Genius for Murder ( Arcade Pub. 2003, HarperCollins updated chapters-2004,2006) which contains previously …

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Crime Wire: Attorney Michelle Cruz Talks about Crime Victims’ Rights

You can hear Crime Wire   Tuesdays at 7 p.m. Eastern.  Please visit our Crime Wire Website. Together we can make a difference. LISTEN LIVE: CLICK HERE or listen to the Podcast at anytime Yes, a new look, a new host, but the same quality show! Over the years Crime Wire has presented many, many cases of unsolved homicides, missing persons, and all other types of crime. Along with each of these crimes comes surviving victims, family members, children, and friends, and most are still working to find justice. While seeking justice, or grieving for a lost loved one, there are an abundance of rights available the surviving crime victims. Most of them they know nothing about, and others are either misinterpreted or not enforced by those close to the cases who are in a position to do so. If you are a surviving crime victim and have questions about your rights as a victim for Michelle Cruz, CALL IN to the show or ask in the interactive chat!   646-478-0982 Attorney Michelle Cruz was appointed by Governor M. Jodi …