NCMEC Training Application

Instructions: Use the radial buttons to select which course you intend to signup for.

Note: If you intend to signup for any of the NCMEC University Online classes select "NCMEC University" from the list below.



















What is your role?


Please provide supervisor's name, title, email, and phone number below.

Please note: You may be contacted to provide additional information to verify your status.


Agency Information

In order to become part of the Missing Kids Readiness Project, the Agency/Department/PSAP must meet the criteria noted below. Please provide this requested information.

Executive Training

Completion of NCMEC's CEO Seminar or MCDR-2 online course.


Law Enforcement Policy and Procedures for Reports of Missing and Abducted Children

* Attach copy of current agency policy for review/verification. Must be a MS Word or .pdf file with max size of 5MB.


First Responder Training

Training of all sworn personnel/telecommunicators using ONE of the following two methods.

  1. Complete the MCDR-1 online course through NCMEC University Online.
  2. Complete the TELMAC online course through the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program.

Agency Policy Training

By submitting this application the Agency/PSAP asserts all current first responders have received formal instruction/training in the proper us of the Model Policy/ANSI-approved standard noted above.


Quality Assurance

Including a section in your policy about quality assurance is essential. By submitting this application your agency asserts that a formal review of calls reporting a missing and/or abducted child will be formally reviewed and the review process has been formally adopted into the PSAP/LE Agency's official policy.

Affirmation

On behalf of the above-named Agency/PSAP, I hereby affirm all the above information is true and correct, and acknowledge if it is not correct, this application may be rejected and any issued recognition may no longer be valid. Furthermore we hereby agree to adhere to the Law Enforcement Policy and Procedures for Reports of Missing and Abducted Children (for Law Enforcement) or the ANSI-approved Public Safety Telecommunicators when Responding to Calls of Missing, Abducted and Sexually Exploited Children (for PSAPs) as set forth in the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's Missing Kids Readiness Project.


Dispatch Service Information

In order to become part of the Missing Kids Readiness Project, the Agency/Department/PSAP must meet the criteria noted below. Please provide this requested information.

Executive Training

Completion of NCMEC's CEO Seminar or MCDR-2 online course.


Law Enforcement Policy and Procedures for Reports of Missing and Abducted Children

* Attach copy of current agency policy for review/verification. Must be a MS Word or .pdf file with max size of 5MB.


First Responder Training

Training of all sworn personnel/telecommunicators using ONE of the following two methods.

  1. Complete the MCDR-1 online course through NCMEC University Online.
  2. Complete the TELMAC online course through the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program.

Agency Policy Training

By submitting this application the Agency/PSAP asserts all current first responders have received formal instruction/training in the proper us of the Model Policy/ANSI-approved standard noted above.


Quality Assurance

Including a section in your policy about quality assurance is essential. By submitting this application your agency asserts that a formal review of calls reporting a missing and/or abducted child will be formally reviewed and the review process has been formally adopted into the PSAP/LE Agency's official policy.

Affirmation

On behalf of the above-named Agency/PSAP, I hereby affirm all the above information is true and correct, and acknowledge if it is not correct, this application may be rejected and any issued recognition may no longer be valid. Furthermore we hereby agree to adhere to the Law Enforcement Policy and Procedures for Reports of Missing and Abducted Children (for Law Enforcement) or the ANSI-approved Public Safety Telecommunicators when Responding to Calls of Missing, Abducted and Sexually Exploited Children (for PSAPs) as set forth in the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children's Missing Kids Readiness Project.

confirmation

Thank you. Your request has been submitted.