National Center For Missing And Exploited Children

(A computer-"aged" image of Mark Himebaugh, alongside an earlier missing-child flyer.  Photo by Mike DeNardo)

1991 Missing Child Case Gets New Attention in South Jersey

A new push is on to solve a 24-year-old “cold case” in Cape May County: that of Mark Himebaugh, who disappeared in 1991, at age 11.

06/01/2015

(Graphic provided by Facebook)

Facebook To Begin Adding Missing-Child Alerts To Nearby Users’ News Feeds

Starting today, Facebook will deliver “Amber Alerts” to its users news feeds in targeted search areas after a child has been abducted.

01/13/2015

(credit: Gloucester Township Police)

Gloucester Township Police, Pine Hill Police First In U.S. To Join Missing Kids Readiness Project

The Pine Hill and Gloucester Township Police Departments have become the first two police departments in the country to become participating members of the Missing Kids Readiness Project.

01/12/2014

Gloucester Township officials announce the formation of the MARRS program. (Credit: Michelle Durham)

Gloucester Township Unveils State-Of-The-Art Missing Person Response Program

The MARRS program will marshal the resources of local law enforcement with pre-registered and trained volunteers who will immediately begin searching for the missing.

04/02/2013

(AP Photo:South San Francisco Police Dept.)

Abduction By A Non-Custodial Parent

According to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, over 200,000 children were wrongfully taken – NOT by a stranger – but by a non-custodial parent.

11/06/2012

Steve Carter

National Center For Missing And Exploited Children Helps Medford Man Unravel His Past

Steve Carter had known all his life he had been adopted, but only last year did he try to learn more about his past.

04/27/2012