Education & Training
These links will take you to free downloadable brochures created by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. We have chosen a variety of subject matters and the brochures we feel are the best.
Child Protection - As a society, our efforts to prevent crimes committed against children have not kept pace with the increasing vulnerability of our children. After hearing the tragic stories about abducted or exploited children, most parents and guardians are surprised to learn many crimes committed against children can be prevented. This brochure is about child protection.
Know the Rules - Describes four basic safety messages for teens.
Just in Case…Missing Five steps to prepare in case your child might someday be missing
Just in Case…Exploitation - Warning signs of and steps to take in the event of child sexual exploitation.
Knowing My Rules for Safety Safety tips poster for children.
An average of 2,000 children per day disappear in the United States. Would you know what to do if your child or other loved one disappeared? Would you be prepared to quickly take the steps necessary to locate your missing loved one?
Many parents would not know what to do, and in the face of this tragedy, may find it difficult to produce the critical information needed by law enforcement. Every minute counts. Even though the odds are against this happening, you must be prepared.
It is important to note that you should have a kit filled out and ready to go for each member of the family, from infants to grandparents. You are never too old for a Personal id kit. The tragedy of the missing knows no age boundaries.
A free downloadable Personal ID Kit is provided below by Project Jason. The kit contains a list of the first steps to take in the event your loved one is missing, plus valuable information that law enforcement will need. The kit should be printed on heavier stock paper, kept in a safe place, and updated at least every 6-12 months.
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Our Mission Statement calls for us to educate the public in regards to missing persons issues. If your organization, business, or school would be interested in learning more about this, including prevention measures, please contact our Education Committee at Education@projectjason.org