In this issue:
Our special double issue offers an in-depth look at the issues most important to the eight parents of missing children who helped us create the new multimedia Fifth Edition of When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide. It not only highlights their advice for other parents navigating chaos, but also what law enforcement can learn from their experiences. And we spotlight the new memoir of one of the Guide’s parent-authors, Patty Wetterling (Dear Jacob: A Mother’s Journey of Hope). Patty is a longtime advocate for missing children and who has advised countless law enforcement officers on how to best work with families of missing children. We also talk with Chitimacha Tribal Police Chief Jada Breaux of Louisiana. And we look at a complex case, spanning from New York to Mexico, that was resolved by quick and effective collaboration.
Eight parent-authors want families of missing children to know 'you are not alone.' They also ask law enforcement to 'hear our truth.'
The new memoir of Patty Wetterling—one of our eight Family Survival Guide parent-authors—reflects on the loss of her son, Jacob. It's been called 'a must-read for anyone working on unsolved abduction cases.'
Learn about the eight parents who helped us update the new multimedia fifth edition of When Your Child Is Missing: A Family Survival Guide.
The Family Survival Guide parent-authors—and subject matter experts who work daily to protect children—want law enforcement to weigh these points when working cases involving missing children.
The swift action to locate a missing New York college student, who was found unharmed in Mexico, proves the importance of connections and collaboration.
The new Chitimacha Tribal Police Chief is looking out for children in Louisiana's Indian Country.
Short news posts about AMBER Alert & child protection issues—from the United States
Short news posts about about AMBER Alert & child protection issues—from Indian Country
Short news posts about about AMBER Alert & child protection issues—from around the world