We make the world safer for children.

ICMEC advocates, trains and collaborates to eradicate child abduction, sexual abuse and exploitation.

460,000 children in the United States are reported missing each year
The Koons Family Institute on International Law & Policy

Advocate

The Koons Family Institute on International Law & Policy

Bringing together original research and best practices to change the way children around the world are protected under the law.

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Global Missing Children’s Center

Collaborate

Global Missing Children’s Center

Equipping law enforcement officials and the public and others to prevent and respond to incidents of missing children and child abduction.

Bringing partners together

1 in 10 children under the age of 18 will be sexually abused this year in the United States
10,500+ law enforcement officers & specialists trained from 118 countries
Global Initiative for
Child Health & Well-Being

Collaborate

Global Initiative for
Child Health & Well-Being

Educating frontline child protection professionals to recognize, identify and treat child victims of sexual abuse.

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Global Training Academy

Train

Global Training Academy

Deploying tools and technology to law enforcement and others to combat child sexual abuse, identify exploitation and find missing children.

Empowering advocates

Support our mission to protect children around the world

This work is challenging, and requires a collective effort. Your support helps to expand research, increase training and build capacity to protect children. What will your impact be?

Education Portal

Train

Education Portal

Providing educators, parents, children, and others with information on how to protect against child abuse and exploitation, combat abuse in schools and report incidents of sexual abuse.

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News & Events

NOW AVAILABLE - Rapid Emergency Child Alert System Framework

14-point framework addresses implementation of rapid emergency child alert systems. Download now 

NEWLY RELEASED - Luxembourg Guidelines

New terminology guidelines help protect children from all forms of sexual exploitation and sexual abuse. Learn more 

Jeff Koons on His Passion: Helping Missing and Exploited Children

Haute Living interviewed ICMEC Board Member Jeff Koons about his involvement with ICMEC. Read interview 

To report a child missing in the United States, please contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC)
1-800-THE-LOST | missingkids.com

To report child sexual exploitation in the United States or in any country, please make a report online to NCMEC’s CyberTipline, at cybertipline.com.