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Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Missing Children: Success

While it is common for Child Quest International (CQI) to see a spike in parental abductions and runaways after the winter holidays (along with a couple of suspicious circumstances cases), we have been busier than ever this year. We saw a 20% surge in our missing children intake reports for the first quarter of 2011 as compared to 2010.

All of the missing children cases we’ve assisted families and law enforcement with since the beginning of this year have been successfully resolved. Understanding that time is critical when a child goes missing, CQI jumps into action very quickly. The safe return of several children this year was because of our rapid poster distributions through our in-house Critical Reach electronic alert system and to our Facebook network of caring individuals. Due to this technology and our collaboration with other investigative resources, we have assisted in the recovery of ten children this year. Some of these children may still be missing if it weren’t for the interdepartmental cooperation of CQI, law enforcement agencies, and Missing Children State Clearinghouses.

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