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NamUs - National Missing and Unidentified Persons System

Keywords: namus missing cases unidentified information password

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Important and popular websites

Important pages are Privacy Act Statement, and About Namus. In the following table you'll find the 6 most important pages of

# Description URL of the website
1. Pri­vacy Act State­ment /DOJPrivacyActNoti­ce
2. /
3. About NamUs /About
4. Re­sour­ces /Re­sour­ce
5. Con­tact Us /Con­tact
6. Explo­re NamUs /Dashboard

Technical information

The web server used by is located near the city of Potomac, USA and is run by US Dept of Justice. The website has a own web server. The web server only runs this website.

The websites of are served by a Nginx server. The HTML pages were created with the latest standard HTML 5. The website does not specify details about the inclusion of its content in search engines. For this reason the content will be included by search engines.

Information about the server of the website

IP address:
Server provider:US Dept of Justice

Technical information about the technology of the website

Webserver software: Nginx
Load time: 0.89 seconds (slower than 56 % of all websites)
HTML version:HTML 5
Filesize:70.09 KB (2142 recognized words in text)

Safety and classification

The website doesn't contain questionable content. It can be used by kids and is safe for work.

Attribute Classification
Google Safebrowsing
Safe for children
Safe for work
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Server location
 USA, Potomac
Trustworthy 85%
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