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MMIP MONTANA
REPORTING

Collecting accurate data about Missing Persons in Indian Country is the only way we can begin to combat the Missing & Murdered issue plaguing Native Communities

in North America.

Data collected in this website is the property of Blackfeet Community College. Data is neither owned nor maintained by the Montana Department of Justice.

1115+

TRIBES IN CANADA & THE US

84%

of Indigenous women have experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence in their lifetime

8

8 Tribal Nations are located

in MONTANA

4x

NATIVE AMERICANS are 4X more likely to go missing

in the State of Montana

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TO THE CAUSE

This site was built by concerned citizens of the Blackfeet Nation. It's a project started by students and Staff at Blackfeet Community College. We were approved for a $25,000 grant from the Montana Dept. of Justice. Your donation will provide matching funds.

The disappearance of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner on the Blackfeet Reservation has spurred more questions than answers about crimes against Indigenous women, human trafficking the number of Native Americans that go missing each year. Local citizens have taken action to prevent future investigations from being compromised. This means creating a task force of concerned citizens, local law enforcement, state & federal agencies that have the resources to follow up on leads and preserve evidence found in a timely and professional manner. We know the healing from systemic violence, substance abuse and historical trauma will not be cured overnight, but the infrastructure to protect our people is being built. With the help of the Blackfeet Community College, local law enforcement, and the Montana Department of Justice this site will be a reporting hub for Missing and murdered Native American in Montana. Our efforts start with a reporting portal for the Blackfeet nation and with the help of the Blackfoot Confederacy this may well become an International reporting portal for MMIP.

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MISSING PERSONS
INITIAL CONTACT FORM 

To begin the reporting process please fill out the following form about the missing person. The form will be submitted to the LINC Team. The form will also be shared with law enforcement. Once this form is submitted, the process of finding your loved one begins. 

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