Keep this information on hand…Just in case.

 

  • Keep a complete written description of your child, including hair and eye color, height, weight, date of birth, and specific physical attribute
  • Take representative photographs of your child every six months. The younger your child is, the more his or her facial features change with age.
  • Find out from your doctor where your child’s medical records are located. All permanent scars, birthmarks, broken bones, and medical needs should be recorded.
  • Maintain a list of all friends or locations that a missing child might visit.
  • Frequently discuss with your children the dangers of strangers and keep lines of communication open. Look for the warning signs of a possible runaway.
IMMEDIATELY CONTACT YOUR LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY ANY TIME A PERSON IS THOUGHT OR SUSPECTED TO BE MISSING.
 
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