QR CODES help find Missing Children / People / Persons on Posters & Ads
How can QR CODES help find Missing or Abducted Children and People? Just POINT, SCAN and SHARE information with your Smartphone directly from a Missing Children / People Posters "QR CODE" (Quick Response) with everyone online. Using your Smart phone and FREE downloadable apps provided by iPhone, Blackberry or cellular providers, QR 2D Matrix Barcodes are becoming a mainstream here in the US and Canada. QR Code, short for Quick Response, are relatively new to North American markets but are already used in Japan, Asia and Europe.
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QR CODES help to find Missing Abducted Children / People on Posters & Ads.
QR CODES help to find missing abducted children on Missing Child / People Posters & Ads. Global News reports on how QR CODES on posters & Ads can help find missing or abducted children / persons. Just POINT, SCAN and SHARE information right from your Smartphone directly from a Missing Children / People Posters "QR CODE" (Quick Response) and share with everyone online. FREE QR CODE Readers by your cellular provider are available for your iPhone, Blackberry or Android smart phones.
Stephen Watkins, a Canadian Father searching for his two International missing abducted sons, was the first to suggest the idea to implement QR CODES on missing children posters to RCMP Police to help find his missing abducted children.
GLOBAL NEWS (July 4, 2011) - Lost and Found
How posters of missing children could be more effective than ever before with just a simple POINT and CLICK. (Reported by: Jennifer Palisoc )
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Henry Da Masa has never give up hope that one day he will find his missing daughter Pearl Da Massa.
"Oh, I miss her incredibly. It has been 2 and half years that Helen and Pearl have lived this on the run life style" says Henry Da Massa.
Pearl was abducted from her nursery in Manchester England by her mother Helen Gavaghan, they eventually made their way to Toronto. The Posters Henry is putting up these days have a technological twist.
A Quick Response or QR CODE. Toronto Police are among the first in the world to use this in investigation.
"It just bridges that gap between someone seeing something and having to make a mental note to look it up later." says Henry Da Massa.
The code can be access by using any smartphone with a QR Reader application. Just point, click and information like this appeal from Pearl's nursery can be found instantly.
(YouTube - Missing Pearl - video: Missing Abducted Pearl Gavaghan da Massa Old Moat Appeal)
"These new smartphones, that's the basis of a lot of the newer generation communication and we need to reach everybody" says Const. Wendy Drummond (Toronto Police Services).
There are calls to make these codes part of a national strategy in the search of missing children.
(YouTube - Watkins Missing Children - Online PSA video created by Stephen Watkins for his missing / abducted children, Alexander & Christopher Watkins: QR CODES on Missing Children Posters to help find Missing Children / People - QR CODE )
Christopher and Alexander Watkins have been missing since 2009, their Dad Stephen Watkins has asked the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police) to use the codes on missing children Posters.
"You can scan and click with these QR CODES and actually share it with thousands of your friends" says Stephen Watkins. (Father of Missing / Abducted Alexander & Christopher Watkins)
(Stephen Watkins is a Canadian father of two international missing abducted children who first suggested the idea to implement QR CODES on missing children Posters to help find his missing abducted children in early 2011. In hopes to find Alexander and Christopher Watkins in Europe, Stephen Watkins created a series of online PSA videos in the languages of English, Polish, French and German of a Missing Poster featuring his sons which slowly transforms into a QR CODE. The QR CODE which appears in the screen can be scanned right off the monitor.)
Faster than milk cartons which were once used to get the word out.
(AMW - America's Most Wanted video clip showing Missing Mariam Makhniashvili ) (YouTube - Toronto Crime Stoppers - Mariam Makhniashvili Missing 17yr old Toronto Student)
Or shows like America's Most wanted which is now off the air.
"It's a game changer. We are finally at a point where technology is going to be able to make a huge impact." says Amanda Pick (Missing Children Society of Canada).
"I want to find my sons and I am trying, desperately, many different ways of doing that" says Stephen Watkins.
Officials with the RCMP's National Missing Children services say they are considering QR CODES as another tool in their investigations. They add it could be something we see on Posters across the country in the near future says Jennifer Palisoc (Global News Reporter).
But amiably adopting the technology is slow.
"When we look at abductions, every second counts" says Amanda Pick (Missing Children Society of Canada).
Another step which Henry hopes brings him closer to his little girl.
GLOBAL NEWS - Reported by Jennifer Palisoc
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