KSTAT

Real time missing person statistics at your fingertips.

Where has the Missing Person Gone?


Real-time statistics based on data from real searches across the UK that can be filtered to unique characteristics.

Fully integrated into SarSys or stand-alone at www.kstat.org.

Click on the screenshots below.

MISPER TYPE

Select most appropriate missing person type to the one you are looking for.

COUNTY

Select the county where they are missing to localise the data or leave as no selection and the data will reflect whole of UK.

GENDER

Identify the gender of the missing person to filter the data to that gender group.

TIME OF DAY

Identify the time of day as ‘day’ or night’ to filter the data accordingly or leave as ‘unknown’ so that all data is utilised.

ADDRESS

Enter the address or location or click on the map to indicate where the missing person was last seen or known to be. This is known as the IPP – Initial Planning Point.

RESULTS

KStat will filter all of the data it holds to the criteria you have given in order to create a unique set of statistics to indicate how far the missing person may have travelled, the type of location where they might be found, how far they may be off a route or path and their potential physical condition. This is displayed on the interactive map and associated tables.

MAP

The interactive map will centre on the address or location given above and draw rings to indicate the distance the missing person may have travelled e.g. 25%, 50%, 75% and 95%.

For example 25% of this type of missing person were found up to 0.43km away from the IPP.

DISTANCE FROM IPP

This table reveals the distance the missing person may have travelled e.g. 25%, 50%, 75% and 95%.

CONDITION

This table reveals the distance the missing person may have travelled e.g. 25%, 50%, 75% and 95%. For example 69% of this type of missing person were found uninjured.

TRACK OFFSET

This table reveals the distance the missing person may have travelled e.g. 25%, 50%, 75% and 95%. For example 75% of this type of missing person were found within 85m of a track or a route.

LOCATIONS

KStat will filter all of the data it holds to the criteria you have given in order to create a unique set of statistics to indicate how far the missing person may have travelled, the type of location where they might be found, how far they may be off a route or path and their potential physical condition. This is displayed on the interactive map and associated tables.

Real time statistics for vulnerable missing person statistics at your fingertips.

KStat is a cloud-based system designed to help UK SAR and Police teams find vulnerable missing people by providing statistics of previous similar searches based on type, gender, county and time of day.

This data will indicate travelling distances, locations they might be found in, survivability and so on. The data from newly closed incident is in turn fed into the SarSys ecosystem thereby enhancing further the quality of the statistics provided for future incidents.

KStat is provided as a standalone system and is fully integrated into SarSys. Both utilise the same data.
Click here to find out more. or visit www.kstat.org

Missing Person Statistics provided via a Standalone web-site - www.kstat.org

Missing Person Statistics fully integrated into SarSys search and rescue software.

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