Search operator - Martin Houghton-Brown, chief executive, Missing People

Janaki Mahadevan
Tuesday, September 8, 2009

One child is reported missing in the UK every five minutes. Of the 100,000 children aged under 16 who run away each year, around 10,000 are hurt while away from home. And last year, the charity Missing People received 68,000 calls from children who had run away. That's why its new chief executive is determined to ensure the organisation is at the centre of efforts to find children.

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