The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® has regional offices in Lake Park, Fla.; Tustin, Calif.; Austin, Texas, and Rochester, N.Y. These offices provide child safety education and prevention programs to local communities, as well as case management services on missing and exploited children cases.
The California Regional Office offers case management services and serves as the west coast presence of NCMEC's development office.
The Florida Regional Office is the regional point for child protection education and prevention programs. This office also serves as a backup for the National Emergency Child Locater Center.
The New York Regional Office and its three satellite offices focus their efforts on promoting NCMEC's mission through community outreach and fundraising.
The Texas Regional Office uses its location in the state's capital to work alongside and assist government and nongovernment organizations.