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At Your Workplace


Missing children posters are displayed on bulletin boards in Walmart and Sam's Club facilities.

The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® provides workplaces various ways to get involved in joining our mission and activities and participating in the search for missing children. Learn more below about what you can do in your workplace.

LexisNexis® ADAMSM Program
Join the ADAM Program to receive photos and descriptive information via fax regarding missing children.

Code Adam
Code Adam is a search tool for lost and potentially abducted children. The program is offered free of charge and is easy to implement. When a customer reports a missing child while shopping in participating locations a special Code Adam alert is issued on the premises.

Code Adam participants
View the companies across the country that have implemented Code Adam.

Code Adam kit
Fill out this form to bring Code Adam to your workplace. You will receive an employee training video, break room poster and two decals to place near the entrances and exits.

Corporate Photo Partners
Corporate Photo Partners help widen the exposure of missing child posters. By becoming a Corporate Photo Partner you have the chance to bring your employees and the community you serve together to help bring missing children home.

Become a partner
View the many ways you can become a NCMEC partner. NCMEC works to create customized programs tailored to a partner's interests, resources and target markets.

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