Missing Children

Some articles on missing children, missing, children:

E. Clay Shaw, Jr. - U.S. House of Representatives - Tenure
... Missing Children's Act Swept into office as part of the Reagan Revolution, Shaw quickly found himself at the center of a national tragedy following the tragic death of 7-year ... As a result of this tragedy, Shaw introduced the Missing Children's Act of 1982 ... allowed parents access to a central computer file designed to trace missing children ...
Don Rittner
... rally and movie that also helps find missing children through its efforts ... and produced the first electronic directory of missing children on disk that was distributed to every user group in the United States for free distribution in their local areas ... In keeping with his interest in missing children, Rittner teamed up in 2012 with programmer Tim Varney from Troy Web Consulting and created the free "Missing Children of New York State" App for Apple's ...
Valassis - America’s Looking For Its Missing Children Program
... In partnership with the National Center for Missing Exploited Children (NCMEC) and the U.S ... Postal Service, Valassis distributes pictures of missing children as part of its "Have You Seen Me?" picture program ... that parents and law enforcement officials have in their search for missing children ...
California Victim Compensation And Government Claims Board - Additional Responsibilities of The Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board
... Missing Children Reward Program The California Legislature created the Missing Children Reward Program to assist local law enforcement agencies and other parties involved in the identification and ...

Famous quotes containing the words children and/or missing:

    It’s important to remember that children who are facing a frightening situation have three fundamental concerns: Am I safe? Are you, the people who care for me, safe? How will this affect my daily life?
    Lawrence Kutner (20th century)

    statistic: the us bureau of missing persons reports
    that in 1968 over 100,000 people disappeared
    leaving no solid clues
    nor traceonly
    a space
    in the lives of their friends.
    Ishmael Reed (b. 1938)