Work on the Second Edition to Lost Person Behavior has started. In addition, the third version of ISRID has also started. The ISRID database now contains 200,000+ incidents. From this new data several new topics will be discussed. These include new subject categories, updated tables, more detailed terrain data, impact of weather, better survivability statistics and modeling, new spatial models, integration of spatial models, using scenario analysis, scenarios as a subject category, and a better description of the sequence of emotions a lost person experiences. Case studies will be used to illustrate cases.