This webinar will provide a description of the NCMEC resources and services available to tribal law enforcement, families, and Native communities, for the prevention, preparation, and response to missing, abducted, or exploited children. Native communities have unique historical, economic, resource, geographical, and other challenges that can affect the prevention, preparation and responses to missing or exploited children. This webinar will provide training and information on available resources and services available to Native Communities, as well as internet safety information for Native families, as Native communities expand their broadband and internet access. Some of the topics covered will be:
- History of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
- Overview of NCMEC resources and services available
- Information on types of Native missing children incidents and cases
- Missing children response checklists and other NCMEC publications available for tribal law enforcement, childcare providers, and families
- Child safety and internet safety resources for children and families
- Information on other resources and projects specific to tribal law enforcement
Nlets is a self-funded nonprofit, established in 1967 with the objective of connecting law enforcement, justice, and public safety agencies for the purpose of exchanging critical criminal justice information. They strive to ensure that the right information gets to the right person as quickly as possible. Nlets connects more than 1,000,000 users, 45,000 agencies, and 800,000 devices, with more than three billion transactions traversing their secure network last year.