For 20 years, ICMEC has been a leader in identifying gaps in the global community’s ability to protect children from abduction, sexual abuse and exploitation, and expertly assembling the people, resources and tools needed to fill those gaps.
Training police, prosecutors, investigators, and law enforcement around the world to protect children.
Protecting children around the world from going missing or being abducted by providing resources for governments, law enforcement, NGOs, and families.
Giving educators the tools and training to recognize and react to child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Training healthcare professionals to recognize and treat child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Bringing the financial industry together to combat child sexual abuse and exploitation.
Conducting and commissioning original research into the status of child protection legislation around the world.