Have you worked out the logistics of this?
How and where will this be advertised? How will it be manned, and what capability will said 'staff' have? Will the staff have a decent understanding of any case they take info on? Will they be able to cope with foreign languages?
I presume the information will be fed to police authorities, and where there is an active investigation, any info that might lead to prosecution or recovery will not otherwise be released into the public domain. How will information be handled if there is no active investigation, or an investigation is shelved?
Can information which would not be involved in recovery/prosecution be made public? I know this sounds an odd question but I believe the McCanns are sitting on some such snippets of info. The point being, that release would allow the armchair detectives to develop the case.
I am currently engaged in an exercise to send OG PAYG and other phone numbers from aged sources. I expect to get nothing back other than the standard automated response. The problem with this is as follows. I can think of other people in Luz who are sitting on such info and I can think of organisations here in the Algarve who might also have such info. This has to be analysed while OG is active. If it comes to a halt, no-one can access this file.
So, is there going to be any feedback whatsoever, even if that feedback is along the lines of 'we have that covered so we don't need anything more, thanks' or is it the current black hole and hope system?