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2012 Missing Children Clearinghouse Annual Report

2012 Missing Children Clearinghouse Annual Report

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Published by Mike DeWine
Protecting Ohio families and children is the overarching mission in all of the work of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse — established within the Attorney General’s Office 20 years ago — works diligently with parents, schools, law enforcement agencies, and other partners to keep children safe. I am pleased to present this report detailing the clearinghouse’s work in 2012.
Protecting Ohio families and children is the overarching mission in all of the work of the Ohio Attorney General’s Office. The Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse — established within the Attorney General’s Office 20 years ago — works diligently with parents, schools, law enforcement agencies, and other partners to keep children safe. I am pleased to present this report detailing the clearinghouse’s work in 2012.

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Michael B. ColbertDirector, Department of Job andFamily Services30 E. Broad St., 32
nd
FloorColumbus, OH 43215The Honorable Keith FaberPresident, Ohio SenateStatehouse, Second FloorColumbus, OH 43215May 25, 2013The Honorable John KasichGovernor, State of OhioRiffe Center, 30th FloorColumbus, OH 43215The Honorable William G. BatchelderSpeaker, Ohio House of RepresentativesRiffe Center, 14th FloorColumbus, OH 43215Tom StickrathSuperintendentBureau of Criminal Investigation1560 State Route 56 SWLondon, OH 43140Dear Colleagues,Protecting Ohio families and children is the overarching mission in all of the work of the Ohio
Attorney General’s Offi
ce. The Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse
established within the
Attorney General’s Office 20 years ago —
works diligently with parents, schools, lawenforcement agencies, and other partners to keep children safe. I am pleased to presentthis report
detailing the clearinghouse’s work in 2012.Housed within the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigation’s Missing Persons Unit, the
clearinghouse compiles state data on missing children, assists law enforcement andfamilies, and works with the Ohio departments of Education and Job and Family Services totrain and provide resources for teachers, parents, children, and peace officers. The
clearinghouse issues Ohio’s Missing Child Alerts and Missing Adult Alerts, coordinates with
law enforcement on AMBER Alerts, and raises awareness of the issues surrounding runawaychildren, human trafficking, and abductions.Facilitating the safe recovery of a missing child requires quick work and coordination
bothamong agencies and with the critical help and input of the public. We all need to do our partin helping these kids get home safely.For more information, please visit
www.OhioAttorneyGeneral.gov/MissingPersons
or call
800-325-5604
.Very respectfully yours,Mike DeWineOhio Attorney General

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