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Peopletracer Blog

Dec 08

Electoral Roll 2012 data

We're getting ready to upload the first tranche of 2012 Electoral Roll data!

The Electoral Roll (also known as the Electoral Register) information offers the largest and most accurate summary of the UK population, and ensures our customers benefit from the most current and authoritative residency data available in the country.

The information exists in two formats, the 'full' Electoral Roll which has qualified and conditional usage and the 'edited' Electoral Roll; the edited is a key dataset which we use to help our customers search for long lost family members and friends.

We will keep you posted when this information is live on our site.

Nov 25

Miles for Missing People 10k charity run

The Peopletracer team took part in the Miles for Missing People 10k charity race this year and helped raise nearly £2,000 for Missing People - our charity of choice. For more information click on 'about us'

Nov 24

Welcome to the new Peopletracer blog!

Hi and welcome to the new blog from Peopletracer - the UKs newest family and friend finder. We hope to provide you with updates on our website www.peopletracer.co.uk, introduce you to 'Digger' our trusty retriever and share our customer's success stories.

Nov 24

We are the official search partner of charity Missing People

Missing People provide a vital support when someone goes missing. At any one time, Missing People is searching for over 5,000 missing people in the UK, 3,000 of which are children. Their caring and highly trained staff and volunteers offer specialised support to the families that are left behind; they work hard to try and end the heartache and confusion. The charity is currently campaigning for the Government to give families of missing people the same basic rights as victims of crime.