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Be the Solution: Helping Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Material - A Guide for Law Enforcement

Overview

The following publications provide information related to the issues of missing children, child sexual exploitation, and safety and prevention.

Missing

A Child is Missing
A Family Resource Guide on International Parental Kidnapping
What About Me? Coping with the Abduction of a Brother or Sister
When Your Child is Missing: A Family Survival Guide
You're Not Alone
Checklist for Public-Safety Telecommunicators
Children Missing From Care
Federal Resources on Missing and Exploited Children
For Healthcare Professionals
Investigative Checklist for First Responders
Family Abduction: Prevention & Response
Investigative Checklist for Law Enforcement When Helping Unsupervised and Runaway Children
Investigator's Package
Litigating International Child Abduction Cases
Long-Term Missing Child Guide for Law Enforcement
Missing Child Emergency Response- Quick Reference Guide
Investigative Checklist for Law Enforcement When Responding to Missing Children With Special Needs
A Law Enforcement Guide on International Parental Kidnapping

Exploited

Missing Children, State Care & Child Sex Trafficking
Child Molesters: A Behavioral Analysis
Helping Families Prevent Sexual Exploitation
Helping Schools & Communities Prevent Sexual Exploitation
Captured on Film: Survivors of Child Sex Abuse Imagery are Stuck in a Unique Cycle of Trauma
Coping with Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) Exposure For Families
Be the Solution: Helping Victims of Child Sexual Abuse Material - A Guide for Law Enforcement
You Are Not Alone: Support for Child Sexual Abuse Material Survivors & Their Families
Child Sex Trafficking Overview
Child Sex Trafficking in America: A Guide for Parents & Guardians
Child Sex Trafficking in America: A Guide for Child Welfare Professionals

Safety & Prevention

Safe to Compete
Child ID Kit
Staying Home Alone
KidSmartz: Preventing Abduction
What Should You Do If You See A Child Who Appears to Be Lost?