Helping Families of Missing Persons in Amsterdam & Remembering Paul Nolan Miralles
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The Paul Nolan Miralles Association is a non-profit organisation. Based in Paris, The Association was created in May 2011 by his Family, following the tragic death of Paul Nolan Miralles in Amsterdam on the 13th of April 2011.
(registered in Paris: Association Loi 1901: Number W921002093)
The Objectives of the association are two-fold:
Paul Nolan Miralles, an Irish Photographer and Waiter at the Hard Rock Café, lived and worked in Amsterdam for 10 years. He went missing in Amsterdam on the night of the 12th April 2011 and was never seen alive again.
His family, friends and colleagues, lead an unprecedented search for Paul over several weeks in Amsterdam in April 2011. They want to share their key practical learnings with other families of Missing Persons in Amsterdam, to help you lead the most efficient search possible, particularly during the first critical 48-72 hours.
VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION
In Amsterdam, Netherlands, a Missing Person (who is an Adult, over 18 years old) is not considered truly 'missing' until 48 hours since the time of their disappearance.
Also, a very important thing to know is that an adult who is Missing is not considered a possible victim of a crime, unless the person is found with evidence of assault.
Please take this extremely important information into account for the first 48-72 hours of your search.
Irish Times (Ireland's leading National newspaper) article about
What to Do during a Search for a Missing Person Abroad
List of Documents to Download to help you in your Search