If you have a suggestion for a case, we encourage you to submit it via Twitter or email. There will be a submission form up soon.
There are a couple of things we look for when choosing cases:
We look for cases upon which there is little-to-no information available, where our collective skill sets may be useful
We prefer that a family or families have been actively looking for more coverage in a case—this may not always be possible, as in Doe cases or cases of victims not supported by their families, but if there are families who need a platform, let us know.
The victims—missing persons, unidentified persons, victims of crimes—have been marginalized by either media coverage or via official responses to their case (including investigation), based on race, ethnicity, gender, economic status, religion, immigration status, sexual orientation, disabilities/differently abled status, or some combination thereof.
We have not yet covered survivor stories, but if there is a survivor who would like such coverage, we will work to facilitate the amplification of their story.