The Missing Women Commission of Inquiry enters its third week tomorrow with testimony expected from the families of many of the missing and murdered women.  It is expected that the families will describe their efforts to locate their lost loved ones and the difficulties they had in getting the police to take their concerns seriously.  No police investigators have testified yet.  Since the Commission has indicated that there will be five more weeks (20 days) of hearings before the Christmas break, it is expected that most of the public officials and police officers who can shed some light on why the disappearances and murders went unsolved for so long will be testifying in the new year.