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When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide, Fourth Edition
(NCJ 228735) May 2010
Report, 110 page(s)
Fox Valley Technical College
Provides parents with the most current information on, and helpful insights into, what families should do when a child is missing. It contains their combined advice concerning what to expect when a child is missing, what needs to be done, and where to go for help. It explains the role that various agencies and organizations play in the search for a missing child and discusses some of the important issues that need to be considered. Each chapter explains both the short- and long-term issues and contains a checklist and chapter summary for later reference. Recommended readings, Internet safety resources, and a list of public and private resources appear at the back of the Guide. This is the fourth edition of the Guide. This guide is also available in Spanish.
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