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When in danger or if a crime in progress, do not hesitate. Call 911.

To report a child or minor who is missing, or if you suspect trafficking, first contact your local law enforcement whose contact numbers may be found here, via the Internet or telephone.

After contacting law enforcement about a missing child or minor, call the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, below.

 
Reporting a Missing Child or Minor

If your child or a child you know is missing, as soon as you notify law enforcement contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for information and support.