Doe Network (http://www.doenetwork.org/) is a volunteer organization that strives to help law enforcement officials solve cold cases that concern both unexplained disappearances and the unidentified victims in Australia, Europe, and North America. This reputable organization is recognized by the US Department of Justice as part of its Responsible Volunteer Community. The online volunteers can also help translate documents into the various language.
Every member of the team has their own roles. There are the researchers, who look through various unidentified and missing persons cases to see if anything matches their criteria as well as fact-checking and locating more information about these cases. Media representatives form a close relationship with the local media to conduct interviews. There is also the web team, family support liaison, volunteer members, and the potential match panel.
There are benefits to volunteering with this organization. One of the biggest benefits is that you get to be a part of solving these previously unsolved cases. There are real families and victims that are affected by these cases and volunteers can potentially have a huge impact on their lives.
There is no time commitment required.
The mission of this 100% volunteer organization that devotes its time to bringing closure to these cases on the national and international level. There are 3 ways they aim to accomplish: provide exposure on their website about these cases, offering credible matches between cases to the investigators, and get as much media attention as possible.