Resource DVD Library
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® resource DVD library showcases how NCMEC can assist law enforcement with missing or sexually exploited child cases.
All the videos feature NCMEC's staff members as well as testimonials from federal, state and local law enforcement officials.
Videos one through four are available to law enforcement only.
The following titles are currently available:
This video supplies law-enforcement personnel with an introduction to NCMEC and its three main operational divisions: the Missing Children Division, the Case Analysis Division and the Exploited Children Division.
(Video Runtime: 17:22) This DVD is only available to sworn law enforcement.
Missing Children Division
This video provides details on the multitude of ways the case managers, forensic services unit, Team Adam consultants and Project ALERT volunteers assist in managing and collecting information for missing children cases. This video also provides details on how NCMEC supports emerging issues, such as missing children with special needs, and how to assist with AMBER Alerts.
(Video Runtime 16:48) This DVD is only available to sworn law enforcement.
Case Analysis Division
This video describes the specialized work of the analysts who do everything from collecting intelligence on missing children and their abductors, locating non-compliant sex offenders, providing biographical reports on those involved in child sex trafficking (both victims and pimps) to authoring comprehensive research reports on case comparisons, trends and patterns as well as new data-driven prevention strategies.
(Video Runtime: 15:55) This DVD is only available to sworn law enforcement.
Exploited Children Division
This video examines the resources of the Exploited Children Division including the CyberTipline, the Child Victim Identification Program and a wide variety of other specialized services including complex digital imaging enhancement and analysis.
(Video Runtime: 15:30) This DVD is only available to sworn law enforcement.
Family Advocacy Division
This video explains the multitude of resources from the Family Advocacy Division including crisis intervention support services, emotional support for affected families, reunification assistance, mental health training and technical assistance, community-based support, prevention strategies, Team HOPE, and the Family Advocacy Outreach Network.
(Video Runtime: 18:37)
Children Missing from Care Initiative
The Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening Families Act (H.R. 4980) requires all states to report missing or abducted foster children to law enforcement and to NCMEC. This video highlights the various free resources and services available to social service and law enforcement agencies to aide in the reporting and recovery of children missing from care.
(Video Runtime: 17:01)