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The Attorney Manual: Guide to Representation of Children Victimized by the Online Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Material

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
The Attorney Manual: Guide to Representation of Children Victimized by the Online Distribution of Child Sexual Abuse Material

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?