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Missing Children

Over 2,000 children go missing every day in the United States. That's a huge number that the government would like to decrease. In efforts to gain an edge on the missing children problem in the U.S., The National Child Search Assistance Act was created in 1990 which requires each federal, state, and local law-enforcement agency to enter information about missing children younger than the age of 18 into the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) National Crime Information Center (NCIC) database. The Act also establishes state reporting requirements. However, children are not the only ones found missing. Every year many adults throughout the country become victims of abductions, lost in catastrophes, or simply disappear without a trace. Below are guidelines that define a person or child as a missing person.















Once the information is entered it is forwarded to the National Center for
Missing & Exploited Children
(NCMEC) where they are able to assist with
cases of missing and exploited children and missing adults.


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It's estimated that another 500,000 children go missing
yearly but are never reported.

There are 728,435 registered Sex Offenders in the U.S.

The re-arrest rate for a convicted Child Molester is 52%.

The average serial child molester has had on average
between 360-380 victims.


A person of any age who has gone missing and is proven to be physically or
mentally disable or senile, subjecting them to personal and immediate danger.

A person of any age who is missing under circumstances indicating that the
person was abducted involuntarily.

A person of any age who is missing under circumstances indicating that the
person’s physical safety may be in danger. An example of this is a person
who has gone missing after a catastrophe or natural disaster.

A person who is missing and declared unemancipated as defined by the laws
of the person’s state of residence and does not meet any of the entry criteria
set forth in the guidelines 1-4 above.
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A child goes missing every 40 seconds in the
U.S. That relates to over 2,100 children per day.

More than 800,000 children are reported
missing nation-wide each year.


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