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The First Three Hours
(NCJ 251734) October 2017
Summary, 2 page(s)
This information sheet provides tribal communities tips on how to be prepared as a parent or guardian when a child goes missing. The first three hours are the most crucial window of time for an initial response as well as to gather available resources about a child.