Tennessee's Missing Persons
See active Tennessee AMBER Alerts and Endangered Children Alerts issued by TBI to help locate missing children.
See other missing Tennessee children law enforcement agencies are working to locate, with the TBI's assistance.
Click here to see active TBI alerts for missing adults, including Silver Alerts, and Endangered Young Adult Alerts.
NOTE: The individuals listed on this site do not represent all missing persons in the state. Those posted on TBI's website may be those in a variety of circumstances, including parental abductions, children considered at-risk, those who've left home on their own, individuals who meet criteria for AMBER, Endangered Child, or Silver alerts, and other types of cases in which publicity may prove helpful in locating them.
Click each picture for more details in a printable poster.
If you have information about any of these individuals,
please call 1-800-TBI-FIND or email TipsToTBI@tn.gov.
The TBI's Missing Persons Clearinghouse is overseen by the TBI Criminal Intelligence Unit within the Tennessee Fusion Center. The clearinghouse was established in 1993 to provide a central location for resources to identify and assist local, state, and national efforts to locate Tennessee’s missing persons.
A missing person is someone whose whereabouts is unknown to a parent, caretaker or others who have normal contact with the person. A missing person can be a child who has left home on their own, anyone who has been involuntarily abducted, or any individual who cannot return to safety without assistance. There is no waiting period to report a person missing.