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Program Partners

Program partners of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provide pro bono services, materials and software to assist NCMEC’s mission to find missing children, combat child sexual exploitation and deliver prevention education programs.

Technology and innovation

As NCMEC’s case load increases we rely on our technology partners to provide the tools and innovation essential to our success.

Information technology

NCMEC is proud to work with leading data analytics and public records database organizations in the United States. These organizations assist NCMEC in our efforts to help law enforcement find missing children, noncompliant sex offenders and perpetrators of sexual crimes against children.

Missing child search resources

The search for missing children would not be possible without the many private partners who ensure missing children photos and AMBER Alerts are rapidly disseminated to the public. These partners have created signature corporate initiatives to support these efforts including NCMEC’s Corporate Photo Partner program.

Prevention programs and operational support

NCMEC receives assistance from corporate partners to deploy prevention programs including Child IDs and the Take 25 campaign, and complete general operational tasks such as office and event support. These partners help make NCMEC’s programs for educators, law enforcement, parents and children possible.

Reunification and travel support

Corporate partners help reunify families when a child has been safely recovered. They also provide critical assistance when Team Adam and Project ALERT are called into action on a case.

Legal support

Mission support

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