Missing Persons 911 is an online news distribution platform that highlights missing persons cases in real time. Andrew Ulman is the Founder and Content Creator of the project.
Andrew Ulman founded Missing Persons 911 in 2014. Passionate about helping others, he initiated the project in hopes of fulfilling a serious need in the area of news distribution. Ulman says that the ultimate goal of the project is to help bring missing persons home to their families.
What is Missing Persons 911?
Missing Persons 911 is a web-based platform that informs the public about missing persons cases. From time to time, Andrew Ulman also uses the independent news outlet to follow the reopening of cold cases. Via Missing Persons 911, Content Creator, Andrew Ulman reports on missing persons incidents in real time. His coverage of these cases includes informing the public of current Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts and Blue Alerts. Ulman also distributes information relevant to the descriptions of missing and wanted persons. Although the project often focuses on incidents in the North East, United States, Missing Persons 911 takes advantage of its global reach. Ulman often highlights incidents and cases throughout the country and around the world.
Missing Persons 911 and Andrew Ulman source information from a variety of outlets. Ulman keeps a watchful eye on official emergency broadcasts. The Missing Persons 911 Content Creator understands how crucially time sensitive these emergencies are. That’s why in his dedication to reporting on missing persons incidents, Ulman treats Missing Persons 911 as a full-time, around-the-clock project.
Wireless Emergency Alerts
Andrew Ulman turns to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for his coverage of Amber Alerts, Silver Alerts and Blue Alerts. To make sure that he never misses an alert, Ulman is subscribed to Wireless Emergency Alerts on his mobile devices. He strongly encourages the audience of Missing Persons 911 to do the same. Alerts received may depend upon a person’s mobile carrier. All questions and concerns on received alerts should be directed to the national Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC).