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J.E. “Kelly” Snyder Discusses How “Find Me” Seeks Justice for the Missing
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The Find Me Group is pleased to announce our work with the Arizona State University to use the power of predictive analytics to improve our efforts to find the missing. Check out the video to get all the details! Despite this collaborative project being in its infancy, we’ve already seen benefits from it. This is largely due in part to the financial donations from people like you. The Find Me Group is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that never charges for its services. However, we do have significant operations costs. If you can, and if you care about what we’re doing, please donate to our wonderful organization. Also share this video on your wall, and encourage your friends and family to donate to us as well. We will always be there for families like yours if you ever need us. We hope you will be there for us now in return. 🙂 Let’s all do our part to bring home the missing! https://www.findmegroup.org/donate/
Posted by Find Me on Tuesday, 8 March 2016
FIND ME maintains a YouTube channel with a selection of videos and radio interviews.
There were several Find Me members that worked at short notice to search for WILLIE JIGBA who was missing since January 15th. Our first canine search was on January 23rd with all four dogs showing interest on a specific area in the Tempe Town Lake. After two days of diving, the Tempe Fire Department Dive Team located Willie’s body approximately 30 feet from our search coordinates.
Here you can create the content that will be used within the module.