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Resources for Law Enforcement

Law Enforcement Resources

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provides valuable resources and technical assistance to law enforcement as they work to find missing children and combat child sexual exploitation.

Search for missing children
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Training
NCMEC provides training for law enforcement to help identify sound practices for investigations related to missing and exploited children cases.

Team Adam
Learn more about the team of retired law enforcement professionals that offers rapid, on-site assistance in cases concerning missing, abducted and sexually exploited children.

Project ALERT
Learn more about the retired federal, state and local law enforcement professionals who donate their time and expertise as Project ALERT consultants to the law enforcement community.

Child Victim Identification Program
Learn more about this NCMEC program that serves as the central clearinghouse in the U.S. to assist law enforcement in identifying child victims depicted in sexually abusive images.

Sex Offender Tracking Team
Learn more about the team that assists law enforcement in their efforts to locate and apprehend noncompliant sex offenders.

Child sex trafficking
Learn more about the team that works to help law enforcement identify and recover child victims of sex trafficking.

Victim and family support
Learn about the services NCMEC offers for victims and families coping with abduction and sexual exploitation.

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