The National Report brings together statistics from a variety of sources on a wide array of topics, presenting the information in clear, non technical text enhanced by more than 350 easy-to-read tables, graphs, and maps.
Guidance is provided on preventing an international parental kidnapping, stopping a kidnapping in progress, locating a kidnapped or wrongfully retained child in another country, bringing an abductor to justice, recovering a kidnapped or wrongfully retained child from another country, and re-establishing access to a child in another country. A chapter is devoted to each of the aforementioned topics.
A Resource for Communities When Choosing a Program to Teach Personal Safety to Children - These guidelines detail the recommendations for National Center for Missing and Exploited Children's (NCMEC) Education Standards Task Force for communities when choosing programs to teach personal safety to children
This brochure discusses challenges parents face, how parents can influence their kids, opportunities for starting a discussion and what parents can do and say to keep their children drug-free. It also provides a list of resources for parents and ways for them to get involved in community activities.
This national survey of 1501 youth aged 10-17 documented their use of the Internet and their experiences while online including unwanted exposure to sexual solicitation, sexual material and harassment.
Written by siblings of children who have been abducted, this guide contains information to help and support children of all ages when their brother or sister goes missing. The guide provides ideas on what children can expect in terms of the feelings they may experience, the events that may occur from day to day, and the things they can do to help themselves feel better.
Provides parents with the most current information on, and helpful insights into, what families should do when a child is missing. The first edition of this Guide was written in 1998 by parents and family members who have experienced the disappearance of a child. It contains their combined advice concerning what to expect when a child is missing, what needs to be done, and where to go for help.
Presents several stories of child abduction survivors and how they have grown and developed from their traumatic experiences. This guide, written by survivors of child abduction, provides information to help other child abduction survivors cope with their own experiences and begin their journeys towards a better future. Additionally, this guide contains space where readers can write down their own thoughts and feelings in response to each personal story.