Search your home thoroughly. Do not discard/remove anything from your child's room.
Check with relatives, neighbors and friends to try to find, locate your child
If you cannot locate your child, ask for help by reporting your child missing to your local law enforcement authority
Call Child Recovery International (CRI) at 1-845-362-3433and retain one of our Recovery Experts immediately.
Ages 15-17 make up two-thirds of the runway/throwaway episodes in general in the United States today. Runaways have sometimes been referred to as the "voluntary missing", to distinguish them from abducted and lost children. See our facts and statistics listed below about ages of children and the importance and relevance of age.
Limit access to your girl’s or boy’s room until CRI arrives at your home
Give CRI all the information they request about your child and any information that could help in our pursuits. Do not hold anything back. Do not panic if the police show no interest in your child's disappearance. CRI is here to help. However...
Request that your child’s name be entered into National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Missing Person File
Fully cooperate with the Investigators at CRI
Runaways/throwaway episodes can vary a great deal in their seriousness and dangerousness. The stereotype of the runaway teen is often of the teenager roaming and sleeping on the streets of a large city such as New York or Los Angeles prey to pimps, drug dealers, gangs and other violent crime. However true not all are at such peril. To prevent such eminent peril however is to take action. Call us now. Don’t wait!
At the other end of the continuum, some youth leave and go to the homes of friends and relatives, where they may be well cared for. This may last for a day and for weeks. It certainly does not last long. It usually is most times a waiting station while the child/teen plots his/her next move. You the parent must have your next move already planned. Your plan should be to have a qualified expert in place to locate and recover your child before they plan to disappear altogether.
The largest number of missing children is in order:
Lost, Injured or other missing Children
Non family abductions
Every 5 minutes a child goes missing. Runaways often times plan to leave home and never stay in one location for too long
Some are often taregted by a predator off the Internet from social media sites like Facebook. MySpace or Backpage who are the largest pimps on the Internet.
Predators know that teens are still innocent, naive and can spin them into their web by offering what they want. Once the relationship is cemented, the preadator makes secretive plans for the "meet" on promises of drugs, alcohol, modeling, etc.
For more information or to acquire our services immediately, please call our runaway hotline at 1-845-362-3433. Act now! In most cases, time is always of the essence. Our recovery rate is the highest is the world; we are dedicated to the search for the missing and the advocate of the lost. We re-unite families everyday and love what we do.