This resource emphasizes proactive measures that agencies can undertake to better prepare for a missing child incident.
This resource provides tips and guidance on preparing for the impact crisis situations such as missing child incidents have on internal and external communications at an investigative agency.
Meant for non-Native law enforcement professionals, this resource covers how you can best engage and communicate with Native families during an emergency, as having an understanding of local culture(s) and lifestyle trends can play a significant role in a missing child’s recovery.
This resource compares the roles and responsibilities of specialized law enforcement units and notes when they are to be deployed. These units include CARTs, ICAC, NCMECs Project ALERT and Team Adam, FBI, etc.
This resource offers some best practices for recovering youth with mental and/or physical disabilities.
This resource serves as a guide for garnering positive media attention to assist with public cooperation and information dispersal after a missing child incident.
This resource elaborates on effective practices for quality media engagement both before and during a missing child incident.
This resource highlights major components to setting up and coordinating a community canvass to search for a missing child.
This resource gives some necessary background on the effective provision of resources for victims and their families to ensure holistic community support following a missing child incident.