Quad Cities Missing Persons Network


Immediate response in utilizing available resources with other agencies, community involvement, and crisis family response are key components in a missing person search.

1-920-739-LOST (920-739-5678)

1-920-739-SAFE (920-739-7233)

Mission: Home provides poster production and distribution, community awareness, volunteer coordination, media assistance, family crisis intervention, search center development, law enforcement liaison, community resource development, trained personnel to assist family and law enforcement and national resource development.

FAST Team (Families Advocacy Support Team) 

 Team Purpose:

To provide long team Advocacy for the families of missing and exploited children and adults from the on-set of the initial missing person report, through the recovery and reunification, to long term care for the families of the missing and the once missing person. Mission: Home provides physical, spiritual and psychological support, resources development, liaison services and law enforcement and the media, community awareness and reunification support. FAST Serves Brown, Calumet, Outagamie, Waupaca and Winnebago Counties.

Wisconsin State Clearing House for Missing and Exploited Children and Adults


Provides technical, analytical, and investigative Assistance to law enforcement agencies, functions as a central repository to coordinate, compile, analyze, exchange and disseminate information, networks with the U.S. Department of State and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) International Child Abduction Unit, maintains access to a nationwide com-puter network among state clearing houses and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), and networks with State Non-profit organizations.

National Resources;

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children


NCMEC provides technical assistance, training, And educational material to help law enforcement investigate cases of missing and exploited children. NCMEC also provides case workers, poster development assistance and networking to families of missing persons.

Project ALERT

Project Alert is a corps of more that 155 retired federal, state and local law enforcement professionals w ho volunteer their time and expertise as unpaid consultants to the national, law-enforcement community.

Team Adam

Sends trained, retired law enforcement officers to the site of serious child abductions and cases of child sexual exploitation. The specialist, who work in full cooperation with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, advise and assist local investigators, provide access to NCMEC’s extensive human and technological resources.

Mission: To join efforts with all concerned, seeking closure of tragedies; as we remain in search of the missing.
Center for Missing Persons
Founded September 22, 1994


One of 11 children, Monica Caison grew up in Florida where her teen years were marked by a rebellious streak. At the age of 22, she even garnered a felony conviction for unknowingly passing stolen checks that a friend had given her.     That life-changing lapse in judgment and the events that followed instilled in Mrs. Caison a desire to turn her life around and become a productive member of the community.            

Because Mrs. Caison had been exposed to the families of missing persons at least three times before she was 25, she decided to focus her attention on their plight, and she became a tireless advocate for missing people and their loved ones.   In 1994, Mrs. Caison founded the non-profit CUE Center for
Missing Persons, which is focused on finding the missing, advocating for their causes, and supporting their families.

Offering a wide range of free services, CUE has since helped more than 9,000 families in what is often the most confusing and desperate times of their lives. In addition to providing services for the missing and their families, CUE offers college internships and youth mentoring programs.

CUE is entirely donation funded and staffed by volunteers, including Mrs. Caison, who takes no salary from the organization.  

What was simply a dream, name and purpose, is now a nationally-recognized center that answers hundreds of calls for help each year.  

The CUE Center hopes to make a difference for everyone concerned with missing persons. Our belief is that we have.
  1. Free Services
  2. Search and Recovery, Victim Support, Investigative, Awareness Resources
  3. Canvassing – foot, vehicle, neighborhood /door to door
  4. Teams- K9, air, water (boat & divers), horseback, 4- wheelers, ATV, GPR, ground pounders, incident command, mapping control, current technology  instruments (i.e. GIS Technology)
  5. Case goal/efforts with guidance for families of the missing.
  6. Support from local and national sisterhood organizations
  7. Act as a liaison for families, media, agencies and law enforcement
  8. Financial aid/most cases