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Additional Resources

Additional training opportunities and training resources are available through NCMEC and Fox Valley Technical College.

Resource DVDs

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provides free video resources to law enforcement. These DVDs offer thorough information about NCMEC and its various programs and divisions.

Resource DVD Library

Webinars

NCMEC offers webinars to law enforcement regarding various aspects of missing and sexually exploited child cases.

If you are a law enforcement officer and would like additional information and access to the webinars, please send a send a request to JRLETC@ncmec.org.

Child protection training from Fox Valley Technical College

The National Criminal Justice Training Center at Fox Valley Technical College offers effective training programs about child abuse, neglect, endangerment and related issues. These training programs help advance the skill level of those who provide child protection services to better ensure children receive the protection they deserve.

For additional law enforcement training opportunities visit www.fvtc.edu/childprotecttraining.

Training for healthcare and security professionals

NCMEC provides technical assistance and training to healthcare and security professionals in an effort to prevent infant abductions from occurring in their facilities. NCMEC also provides guidance about how to respond when an infant abduction does occur and assistance to law enforcement during and after an incident.

For more information about this training contact 1-800-THE-LOST® (1-800-843-5678).

Resources

Investigator's Package Model Policy

Simple Leads Management System

Please read the instructions before downloading the software.
Simple Leads Management Software (2MB Download)

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