OMMIR Informational Dashboard


Colorado Senate Bill 22-150


24-33.5-2605. Information dashboard - report. (link to SB22-150 PDF)

(1) The department shall publish on its public website a dashboard that displays, in an interactive, intuitive, and visual manner, information regarding missing or murdered indigenous persons, including: 

(a) the number of cases of missing or murdered indigenous relatives; 

(b) the tribal affiliation of each missing or murdered indigenous relative, to the extent that publishing tribal affiliation does not identify an individual person; 

(c) geographic information regarding cases of missing or murdered indigenous relatives; 

(d) the results of cases of missing or murdered indigenous relatives; for example, whether the person is found and whether a perpetrator has been arrested and charged in the case and the disposition of the charges; and 

(e) resources available for family members of missing or murdered indigenous relatives.



Indigenous people are at a disproportionate risk of experiencing violence, murder, or going missing and make up a significant portion of the missing and murdered cases.


Alerts Issued Since December 30, 2022

Persons Located Since December 30, 2022


Open Missing Persons

*Cases that are 6+ months or older

Missing Persons Located


Unresolved Homicides

*Cases that are <3 years old

Cold Case Homicides

*Cases that are 3+ years or older

Resolved Homicides


Tribal Affiliation



Cold Cases and Missing Indigenous Relatives


Missing or murdered individuals who are Indigenous are members of our communities, of which our law enforcement officers are closely connected. The pictures of individuals are provided by family members to help the public share and submit tips and information that can help law enforcement give closure to families.

OMMIR and CBI appreciate your interest and willingness to be part of the solution to end the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous people. Due to the sensitive nature of working with law enforcement and associated legal cases, we are unable to accept volunteers, including college students conducting research. You may find volunteer or research opportunities by reaching out to non-profit organizations working to address the crisis


*All cold cases, missing persons, and unresolved homicides have been vetted with law enforcement and are currently in or are in the process of being added to the criminal justice system.

This dashboard was developed in conjunction with the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Relatives Taskforce.


If you would like to receive MIPA (Missing Indigenous Person Alert) notifications, please email CBI at cdps_cbi_missing@state.co.us with your request and you will be added.  Please be aware these notifications can come at any time.



View CBI Cold Case Database

CBI Missing Persons Unit

The Colorado Missing Person(s) Unit assists local law enforcement and other partner organizations in locating and recovering missing children and adults. The unit manages the Missing Person Alert Program in Colorado and functions as the Clearinghouse for the state of Colorado.

CBI Missing Person(s) Resource Page

The Colorado Bureau of Investigation understands that having a loved one go missing can be an extremely overwhelming and confusing time. Please visit this page for a list of resources that may help you as you continue your search for your loved ones.

Haseya Advocate Program

Haseya Advocate Program is a Native woman-led organization that serves Indigenous survivors of domestic and sexual violence in the Colorado Springs, Colorado region.

COVA Victim Services Directory

Colorado Organization for Victim Assistance (COVA) Directory will help you find Victim service agencies in specific geographic areas; Agencies by specific service type; Agencies that specialize in working with specific types of crime victims


  View Missing or Murdered BIA Cases

BIA Division of Human Services

The Human Services Program supports the Department’s Strategic Goal to Advance Quality Communities for Tribes and Alaska Natives by improving welfare systems for Indian Tribes and Alaska Natives. Human Services consists of direct funding and activities related to social services, welfare assistance, Indian child welfare, and program oversight.

BIA Regional Offices

There are twelve regional offices located in the heart of Indian Country with the agencies at the reservation level.


This Internet-based tool allows investigators, forensics professionals, and the public to cross-reference records of missing persons and unidentified remains and helps bring answers to families of the missing.


The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization. NCMEC works with families, victims, private industry, law enforcement, and the public to assist with preventing child abductions, recovering missing children, and providing services to deter and combat child sexual exploitation.

National Runaway Safeline

For 50 years, the National Runaway Safeline has been responding to youth and families in crisis, serving as the national communications system for runaway and homeless youth. We continually transform technology, training and services to meet the current needs of vulnerable youth and ultimately achieve an end to youth homelessness.

HUD Find Shelter Tool

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Find Shelter tool provides information about housing, shelter, health care, and clothing resources in communities across the country.

StrongHearts Helpline

StrongHearts is a lifeline to Native American and Alaska Natives impacted by domestic and sexual violence by offering a culturally-appropriate, anonymous and confidential service available 24/7 nationwide.

Tribal Resource Tool

A searchable directory of services available for all AI/AN survivors of crime and abuse in Indian Country.

National Indigenous Women's Resource Center

The NIWRC provides national leadership in ending gender-based violence in tribal communities by lifting up the collective voices of grassroots advocates and offering culturally grounded resources, technical assistance and training, and policy development to strengthen tribal sovereignty.