Displaying images of missing children has proven to be one of the most successful methods of finding missing children. One in seven children is recovered as a direct result of NCMEC's photo-distribution initiatives.
YOUR HELP IS NEEDEN IF YOU SEEN ME CALL 1-800-843-5678
OR YOU CAN GO TO THERE WEB SITE http://www.ncmec.org/
GO TO FIND LORNE WEB SITE http://www.findlorne.faithweb.com/
GO TO PRAYER SAND POSTERS WEB SITE http://members.cox.net/prayersandposters/
TO SEE A MISSING PHOTO'S OF JASON AND INFO WEB SITE HERE
GO TO KRISTEN WEB SITE http://www.modlink.com/kristen/home.htm
GO TO KID NAP ROSS WEB SITE
FOR MORN INFO PLEASE GOTO HER WEB SITE
GO TO A MISSING MERCED KID WEB PAGE
FOR MORN INFO OF HER PLEASE GO TO HER WEB SITE
GO TO GAYLE MARKS WEB SITE
TOO SEE MORN INFO ABOUT HER PLEASE GO THIS LINK HERE
GO TO DEDICATE MEMORIAL WEB SITE http://www.dedicatedmemorial.org/index_org.html
GO TO DEDICATE MEMORIAL WEB SITE http://www.dedicatedmemorial.org/
GO TO AMBERCENTER WEB SITE http://ambercenter.org/index.html?
GO TO LACIPETERSON WEB SITE http://www.lacipeterson.com/
GO TO ERIEALERT WEB PAGE
IF YOU WANT MORN INFO ABOUT HIM PLEASE GO TO HIS WEB SITE
GO TO RINO KID'S WEB SITE http://www.rinokids.com/index.html
GO TO UNSOLVED WEB SITE http://www.unsolved.com/home.html
MISSING IS RYAN KATCHER WES SITE LINK HERE TOO
RYAN KATCHER WEB SITE http://www.findryan.com/
TO SEE PHOTO'S OF HIM AND INFO TOO
MISSING FROM FRESNO CA ON APRIL.4.2004
FOR MORN INFO AND TO SEE A BIGGER PHOTO OF HER PLEASE GO TO
THE WEB SITE http://www.big8atitsbestnews.com/mikka.htm
IF YOU MAY HAVE ARE SEEN HER PLEASE GO TO THIS WEB SITE
IF YOU SEE HIM PLEASE GO TO HIS WEB SITE
IF YOU WANT TO SEE MORN PHOTO'S OF LORNE
PLEASE GO TO THIS WEB SITE
IF YOU SEE HER PLEASE GO TO HER WEB SITE AT
TO SEE INFO ABOUT HER PLEASE GO TO THIS LINK
THIS WEB SITE HAS LOT'S OF MISSING KID'S ON IT PLEASE GO TO
THERE WEB SITE AT TO SEE IF YOU MAY HAVE SEE ANY OF
|THE POLLY KLAAS FOUNDATION MISSING CHILD CENTER|
|If you have a missing child emergency, click here. The Polly Klaas Foundation is a national nonprofit that helps find missing children, prevents children from going missing in the first place, and works with policymakers to promote legislation like the Family Abduction Prevention Act and Amber Alert.|
TO SEE MISSING KID'S PLEASE GO TO THERE WEB SITE HERE
HERE MISSING FROM FRESNO CA http://www.big8atitsbestnews.com/guadalupeaguirre.htm
Web site: http://www.tggweb.com/amybradley/
Web site: http://www.hallontheweb.com/KentJacobs
Web site: http://www.kristinekupka.com
Web site: http://www.global2000.net/suzy/
Web site: http://www.cyndisearch.com
Web site: http://www.findkristinsmart.org/
Web site: http://www.modlink.com/kristen/home.htm
Web site: http://www.angelfire.com/ca2/GayleMarks
MISSING FROM FRESNO CA 10/25/04
IF YOU SEEN ME PLEASE GO TO HIS WEB SITE
MISSING FROM FRESNO CA JUNE.9.2003
IF YOU SEEN ME PLEASE GO TO HER WEB SITE
MISSING FROM FRESNO CA ON 8/14/04
IF YOU SEEN ME PLEASE GO TO HER WEB SITE
BOTH MISSING FROM MERCED CA ON DECEMBER.17.1993.
PAUL ARMSTRONG STEVE LOMBARD
IF YOU SEEN US PLEASE GO TO OR WEB SITE LINK HERE
MISSING FROM FRESNO CA ON 9/2/99
IF YOU SEEN ME PLEASE GO TO HIS WEB SITE
NCMEC was established in 1984 as a private, nonprofit 501(c)(3)
organization to provide
services nationwide for families and professionals in the prevention of abducted,
endangered, and sexually exploited children.
(NMCO) & Center for Missing Adults (CMA) provides assistance
to families of missing persons
and law enforcement agencies nationwide.
BeyondMissing provides law enforcement agencies and
parents with a secure, Internet
based system to create and distribute missing child flyers to law enforcement,
the media, and public and private recipients.
The Sund/Carrington Memorial Reward Fund has been established to
provide resources to families without economi
means to offer rewards for information to help law enforcement
officials locate missing loved ones and to bring violent criminals to justice.
The Center for Hope, Inc. is a not for profit organization with the mission of
providing resources to educate, assist and support families and friends to cope
with the ambiguous disappearance of a loved one. The primary goals of HOPE
are to design and construct the "National Remorial for Missing Persons", and
to promote and provide support, education and healing for survivors by sponsoring
professionally run seminars including an annual ceremony on Missing Person's Day.
The Charley Project is a website profiling over 4,000 "cold case" missing persons
cases mainly from the United states. The website does not actively
investigate cases; it is merely a publicity vehicle for cases which are often neglected by the press
and forgotten all too soon.
Community United Effort (CUE) is a non-profit organization
that provides service to
families who suffer a missing loved one, law enforcement agencies and Search
& Rescue of the lost, young and old.
The Doe Network is a volunteer organization devoted to assisting
in solving cold cases 9 years and older concerning Unexplained
Unidentified Victims from North America, Australia and Europe. It is our mission to
give the nameless back their names and return the missing to their families.
The Families of Missing Loved Ones serves as a model to the
community and a resource
for law enforcement-providing awareness in the community;
support for other families
who need assistance with the search for their missing loved one; and education to the
public about the issues related to missing persons.
As Medical Examiners, we all have cases in our offices in which
the decedent remains
unidentified. Our belief is that even though a cause and manner
of death have been
established, these cases are "perpetually pending." This website
was created to provide
a central clearinghouse to family, friends or police searching
for a missing person.
The KlaasKids Foundation was established in 1994 to give
meaning to the death of
twelve-year-old kidnap and murder victim Polly Hannah Klaas and to create a legacy
in her name that would be protective of children for generations to come.
Missing Adults-Missing Children is dedicated to missing adults
and missing children.
We provide updated news, Amber alerts, photos, links and
resources for the missing.
The Morgan Nick Foundation is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization
that was formed in
the tragic aftermath of the abduction of 6-year-old Morgan Nick. Morgan's mother,
Colleen Nick, formed the Morgan Nick Foundation in an effort to
recover missing children
across the country. MNF also serves as a support team to the many
families of missing children.
The National Runaway Switchboard gives help and hope to youth
and their families by
providing non-judgmental, confidential crisis intervention and local and national
referrals through a 24-hour hotline.
Access to sex offender information in Nebraska is provided to the
public as the result
of the Jacob Wetterling Registration Act, which passed by the
United States Congress
and Megan's Law, which requires states to release relevant information about
registered offenders to protect the public. Links to other states are provided here.
Outpost for Hope is the "missing link" between under-represented
and those who seek to find them. This often over-looked missing persons population
can include but is not limited to: endangered runaways, homeless persons, lost
mentally ill persons, substance addicted and other high-risk missing persons.
Megan's Law has specific mandates for active community
notification, which ensures
that the community will be made aware of the presence of convicted sex offenders
posing a risk to public safety. Read the tips used by sexual predators here.
The Rachel Alert Network, or RAN, is a charitable organization
which helps prevent
abductions through awareness education and provides information to friends and
families of abducted persons. The Rachel Alert Network sponsors M.U.S.T.
women's self-defense and awareness seminars.
Rino Kids provides families a free service to help locate missing, lost
or abducted children and adults.
The Sitting With an Angel campaign is a result of the
partnership of The Shawn
Hornbeck Foundation and Creative Placard Ads of Granite City,
Illinois. The partnership
places benches featuring the photo and case information about missing children at high
traffic retail establishments throughout the Midwest.
The mission of Team H.O.P.E. is to assist families with missing children
by offering counsel,
resources, empowerment and emotional support from a trained volunteer,
who has had or
still has a missing child. We enhance the already-proven skills of our volunteers and provide
them with the tools they need to assist families with missing children.
The Texas Equusearch Mounted Search and Recovery Team was
started in August 2000,
with the purpose to provide volunteer horse mounted search and recovery for Lost and
Missing persons. Our resources range from horse and rider teams to foot searchers,
water (divers, boats) air (planes, helicopters), dog teams (air scent, cadaver and tracking)
and 4x4 vehicles. We have also utilized infrared cameras in some of our searches.
We at the Tommy Foundation feel that one child missing is one child
too many. Through
donations, we are helping to bring public awareness, empowering communities on
what to do if a child is missing, and dispensing child safety information. Our mission
is to save or protect child victims. We also give victim impact presentations
to Law Enforcement trainings.
United Response Search and Rescue Team will provide search
and recovery crisis
intervention service for missing and abducted children and adults
of all ages and backgrounds
The purpose of "Warriors for the Missing" is to unite
communities of Warriors in an
effort to bring attention to the missing and to provide avenues so that all missing
have an equal opportunity to gain attention.
MAPS AND MORN INFO HERE ALL 50 STATES " THAT HELP'S "
In accordance with Megan's Law and The Jacob Wetterling Act, all 50 states are required
to register sex offenders and perform community notification. However, each state differs
in terms of how it administers its community notification process, what offenders are required
to register, the duration of registration, what information is registered, how the information is
shared, whether the public has access to the registry, who is granted access, methods of
access, what information is shared - and that's just for starters.
Depending on the state, you may be able to obtain information from your state, city or
county online registry, police department, sheriff's office, phone hotline or another agency
in order to obtain information on specific offenders, information on all offenders in the state
or a specific geographic location or you may be able to search the entire registry or part
of it on such criteria as an offense type, physical characteristics, name, zip code and age.
To access individual state, city and county sex offender registries,
click the desired state from the list below. To access the U.S. Department of
Justice National Sex Offender Public Registry Web site (NSOPR), which
was launched on July 20th, 2005, click National Sex Offender Public Registry,
which currently provides access to data from 22 states.
|Nevada||New Hampshire||New Jersey|
|New Mexico||New York||North Carolina|
|South Carolina||South Dakota||Tennessee|