Publications provided by the National Center For Missing & Exploited Children.
Family Abduction- Prevention & Response
Contains step-by-step information for parents who have experienced a family abduction — whether domestic or international
Just In Case … Babysitter
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case You Need A Babysitter
Just In Case … Daycare
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case You Are Considering Daycare
Just In Case … Exploitation
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case Your Child Might Someday Be The Victim Of Sexual Exploitation
Just In Case … Family Separation
Just In Case … Parental Guidelines In Case You Are Considering Family Separation
Just In Case … Grief
Just In Case … Information For Families Grieving After The Loss Of A Loved One And The Professionals Who Support Them
Just In Case … Missing
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case Your Child Might Someday Be Missing
Just In Case … Runaway
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case Your Child Might Someday Be A Runaway
Just In Case … Testifying
Just In Case … Guidelines In Case Your Child Is Testifying In Court
Know The Rules … Abduction And Kidnapping Prevention Tips For Parents And Guardians
Know The Rules … After-School Safety For Children Who Are Home Alone
Important points parents should consider prior to allowing their child to be unsupervised after school.
Know The Rules … For Child Safety In Youth Sports
“The Kid Is With A Parent, How Bad Can It Be?”: The Crisis of Family Abductions
When Your Child Is Missing … A Family Survival Guide
Published by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, this guide was written by parents and family members who have experienced the disappearance of a child.
Your Kids Can Fill In The Blanks, Can You?
Part of NCMEC’s Ad Council prevention of online enticement public-service-advertisement campaign. Contains tips about how families can help protect their children from online sexual exploitation and a quiz to test families knowledge of commonly used chat acronyms.