FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE as the executive director for the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, and more recently,for the Association of missing and Exploited children organizations (AMECO). http://www.find-missing-children.org/Press Room/Releases/Release1.8.04c2.htm
Extractions: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 20, 2004 Child Protection Education of America is proud to announce that Janice E. Rench has been hired as the Director of its Northeast Branch. Rench brings with her more than thirty years experience in social service and nonprofit sectors. As Director, Rench will head the organizations branch in Framingham, Mass. Renchs responsibilities will include administering safety presentations and events to schools, community groups and corporations throughout the entire Northeast region. Among her notable credentials, Rench has served as the executive director for the Cleveland Rape Crisis Center, and more recently, for the Association of Missing and Exploited Children Organizations (AMECO). A licensed social worker, mediator, and crisis trauma counselor, Rench is also an author and lecturer. Her work combines personal safety seminars, and the assessment, design and implementation of training concepts and manuals addressing victimization issues. She has received the U.S. Department of Justice Presidents Award for her outstanding service to victims of crime. CPEA is a national nonprofit missing children organization based in Tampa, Fla., that assists parents and law enforcement officers involved with missing children cases by offering free photograph distribution. The charity also offers safety education events, including fingerprinting using its state-of-the-art fingerprinting program.
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Extractions: In 1985, Statute (Adobe Acrobat Document) added responsibilities to the Bureau in regards to missing children . The Bureau now serves as a central repository for information on missing children. The Bureau collects, compiles and disseminates information to assist in finding missing children. The Bureau is responsible for obtaining dental records of persons who have been missing for thirty or more days, compare new student records with reports of missing children, and review each missing person report submitted and canceled by every law enforcement agency in Colorado. April 1, 2002 the Governor signed HB1083 -Colorado Amber Alert Plan. The Missing Persons Unit is responsible for the coordination of this Plan.
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Extractions: New Partnership Will Create Database to Identify Missing Persons The Nations Missing Children Organization (NMCO), National Center for Missing Adults (a division of NMCO) and The Point Group Companies, Inc. (TPG) have entered into a teaming agreement to create and maintain a new, and first-of-its-kind, national database designed to identify and locate missing adults and children through the use of iris recognition technology. The Childrens Identification and Location Database (CHILD) Project is a nationwide network and registry, utilizing iris scanning cameras that will be available to law enforcement and social service agencies throughout the country. Through this network, the CHILD Project will compare the unique features contained in the iris against a database of individuals who enroll throughout the country to determine the identity of an individual. Complementing fingerprinting I.D. programs now in place, the CHILD Project will capture a digital photograph of the individuals iris, along with basic demographic information. Unlike existing fingerprint I.D. programs, the CHILD Project will create a national registry, securely maintained by NMCO, to give parents, law enforcement, and other authorized users of the system, access to data that can positively identify missing persons in seconds. Kym Pasqualini, President and CEO of the Nations Missing Children Organization (NMCO) said, This unique and innovative program will fill an important gap in our nations ability to quickly, and positively, identify missing children and adults. It will complement the excellent work already done by thousands of organizations and concerned citizens across the country by creating a secure, national database of the most accurate biometric known today.
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Extractions: WHATâS NEW ON OUR WEBSITE SITE MAP CONTACT US Thursday, June 10, 2004 Search DOE Home Page Students Youth Organizations Parents ... School Choice Guide Organizations for Children Educational Funding Children's Association for Maximum Potential - C.A.M.P is a non-profit corporation established in 1979 to provide a wide range of recreation, rehabilitative,educational, and respite services for children with developmental disabilites and their families. National Association For The Education of Young Children - The NAEYC exists for the purpose of leading and consolidating the efforts of individuals and grups working to achieve healthy development and constructive education for all young children. International Funding Save the Children Foundation - Save the Children Foundation works to make lasting, positive change in the lives of children in need. United Nations Children's Fund - For more than 53 years UNICEF has been helping governments, communities and families make the world a better place for children and to advocate for children's rights and help meet their needs. Global Children's Organization - GCO brings together children who've suffered the horrors of war, family of community violence, hatred, or intolerance, and with the help of multinational vonteers, develops peace and reconciliation.
Extractions: This program, sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), U.S. Department of Justice, provides training and technical assistance to private nonprofit agencies to improve programs relating to missing and sexually exploited children. Its activities include: Assisting agencies with questions regarding fundraising, personnel and financial management, networking, grant writing, and prevention services. Sponsoring national conferences and training sessions to fulfill individual agencies' needs. Providing telephone and mail technical assistance for information regarding reunification, referral, prevention services, and other concerns.
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Extractions: One of the keys to the Internet's success is the cooperation between thousands of individuals and organizations internationally. Hyperlinks join documents, organizations, people and thoughts everywhere. We are always looking for sites interested in linking with Child CyberSearch. Below is a list of participating sites that have links to CyberSearch. We thank them for encouraging the "Spirit of the Internet". Quick Navigation on this page: Elite Investigations Of SC,LLC
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Extractions: "First Things First" Call the Police immediately Provide a detailed description Have an Identification Packet ready Keep a Notebook of Details concerning the Search Contact all Family and Friends Contact Emergency Facilities Contact Transportation Depots Contact Missing Children's Organizations Prepare and ask for Posters Seek Media Coverage Report a Missing Child with Bannerkids.org If you suspect a Family-Related Abduction Make sure your custody order specifies with whom your child is to reside at specific times, and that it restricts removal of the child from the State without prior consent from you and the Judge. Flag the child's passport , or ask passport control not to issue one if requested. Notify schools , day-care centers, babysitters, give copies to any caretakers and ask to be immediately alerted if the non-custodial parent makes an unscheduled visit.
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Extractions: Our Missing Children.....Bring Them Home Aren't these children sweet? Such innocent children...and they could be missing right now. There are so many missing children in the world today, and this page is dedicated to all of them. We pray for their safe return home. As a mother, the problem of missing children concerns me so much. I could not imagine what it would be like if my children went missing. I pray to God I will never have to find out. My heart goes out to the parents and families who's children are missing, and I say a prayer that they will be found safe and return home where they belong. I have collected a list of Missing Children's Organizations and I will list them for you here. Please take the time to visit these sites, I think you will find them very informative and educational. Please share them with your children, it just might make a difference. Please keep our kids safe.
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Extractions: Welcome Hello. Welcome to The 4thekids web site. We hope that you take a couple of minutes to look around our pages. Before you leave please be sure to view the web fliers of After viewing the flier, we hope you'll print out one or two copies of the web fliers and post them in your community. Have you seen them? Missing Kids Services What To Do First If Your Child Is Missing! Family Do-It -Yourself Kit Mission Missing Kids ... Family Do-It -Yourself Kit 4thekids is a new group of web citizens that are dedicated to helping the families of missing children. Our members come from all walks of life. The membership of 4thekids is made up of grandmothers, fathers, doctors, nurses, mothers, lawyers, law enforcement officers, and representatives of some of the leading organizations for child advocacy. As diverse as we are, we all have one thing in common, that one thing is a big desire to do whatever we can to help missing children and their families. It's The Law The Missing Children Act of 1982, Public Law 97-292, and the National Child Search Assistance Act of 1990, Public Law 101-647, prohibit policies that establish waiting periods for police reports and require the entry of missing children information into the NCIC database.
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Missing Children Laws - Canada the mandate given to the MCR was to improve the working relationship between policeand nonprofit organizations, that work in the field of missing children. http://www.interpol.int/Public/Children/Missing/NationalLaws/mcCanada.asp
Extractions: I. Categories of missing children In 1999, 60 360 children were reported missing in Canada. Nonfamily abduction. Non family abductions are very rare in Canada. In 1999, Canada reported a total of 52 stranger abductions. Studies indicates that nonfamily abductor tend to look for children between the ages of 0-10 (baby snatchers) and the age of 14-15 (female prostitution). Family abduction. In 1999, Canada reported a total of 358 parental abductions. Of these reported cases, 184 of these children were abducted by a parent or guardian who did not have custody order whereas 174 children were abducted by a parent who had a custody order. Frequencies of parental abductions follows a seasonal trend : they peak at the end of summer, Christmas and Easter vacations. Runaway child. Out of the 60 360 reported missing children in Canada in 1999, 47 585 were runaways (78 %). British Columbia had the highest number of runaways, with 14 999 cases, followed by Ontario with 12 290. Youth runaway for many reasons, including to rebel, assert their independence or to flee an environment of abuse. The Webster dictionary defines runaway as to leave quickly to avoid or escape something. Most of the time, youth believe running away is the best solution to a seemingly unbearable situation. According to many experts, running away is not part of an adolescent's normal development.
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Extractions: II. National regulations National legislations The police authority in Mongolia is responsible for cases concerning missing children. It deals with this kind of cases according to Police law of Mongolia. Article 12 of 2 nd chapter of Police law " Police authority is responsible for determination of missing people " International texts. Mongolia has not yet signed the 1993 Hague Convention on Transborder Parental Abduction. III. Means of investigations Police investigations. There is no police department responsible solely for dealing with cases of missing children, juvenile crime prevention division and section responsible for searching wanted persons are responsible for this kind of cases concerning missing children. At first missing children are reported at provincial level within 30 days. After that subject can be reported at national level. If the child is confirmed to be abroad, the police authority issue the decision of reporting at international level.
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