is Proud to offer the Amber Alert for all to use.


Nicholaus Kirkpatrick is missing.
The last reliable sighting was at pre-registration the week of
July 15, 2003
at Watkins College in Nashville.

Please visit the link
Information About Nicholas


FOUND MARCH 12, 2003

Etan Patz

Bringing Lost Kids Home

Technology and the Internet have become powerful weapons in the search for missing and abducted children, raising recovery rates of the most serious and urgent cases in the United States to more than 90 percent. Former abductee Johnny Tello is shown (L-R) in 1990, in a computer-generated age progression of what he would have looked like in 1998, and in a recovery photo in 1999. An age-enhanced image helped in the recovery of Tello, six years after he was snatched by his father from his home in Illinois. (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children via Reuters)

By Alan Elsner © MMII Reuters Limited. All Rights Reserved.


Internet Safety For Children
Spend time with your kids and
teach them internet safety when they go online.

Links to websites providing a variety of important information
and support for the families of missing children.

KlaasKids Foundation

Megan's Law By State, Victim's Rights By State

Sexual Offenders
Great site for you to check the sexual offenders registry on a shady character, or find the top industry resources. .

According to the FBI, in 1998 approximately 800,000 children were reported missing? Did you know that...every day nearly 2,200 children will be reported missing?.
Missing Children Listings by State.

Megan's Law in All 50 States
As a result, local law enforcement agencies in all 50 states must notify schools, day care centers, and parents about the presence of dangerous offenders in their area. Here is a list, by state, of how the details of Megan's Law apply. Also, links to any states that have online lists.

Child Search
Provides Crisis Counseling for the Families of Missing Children. Trained counselors can help you with the feelings of guilt, inadequacy, and helplessness you may feel. Search Assistance in locating the child. Photo Distribution through daily & weekly TV programs, magazines, newspapers, fax-networks, flyers, Child Search® Alerts, direct mail, World Wide Web, etc. Prevention Training Seminars. Provided to your group - travel expenses may be required for a speaker to your area.

Pandora's Box
270+ pages of child protection & abuse prevention information. Links for more information on Abductions, Child Porn & Internet Crimes, Child Law and the Courts, Offenders, Research and Violence, plus more.

The Polly Klaas® Foundation
The Polly Klaas® Foundation's goals are to find missing children, prevent child abduction, and educate the public.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
A vital resource for families and law enforcement agencies in the search for missing children and the quest for child protection. Includes an extensive missing child database with photographs and information on how you can help the cause. For more information, or to report the sighting of or case of a missing child, call 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678)

UK Missing and Exploited Children

The Lost Child EBS
An active volunteer child recovery organization. The photo banner is displayed on member web sites located throughout North America, Europe and Asia, and the child information posters behind these photos are distributed onland similarly. Our volunteer recovery units on land include off duty law enforcement public and private investigators, ham radio relay alert broadcasters, K-9 search and rescue
specialists, trucker CB radio relayers,  postal carriers, and community service newspaper, radio and television station volunteers.

National Runaway Switchboard
The National Runaway Switchboard operates a confidential hotline for runaway youth, teens in crisis, and concerned friends and family members. All services are free and available 24 hours every day. Over 250,000 people have used NRS services in 1997 and 1998.

Cyber Tipline  
The CyberTipline handles leads from individuals reporting the sexual exploitation of children.  NCMEC, in partnership with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, U.S. Customs Service, and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, serves as the national CyberTipline and as the national Child Pornography Tipline 1-800-843-5678. Please contact us if you have information that will help in our fight against child sexual
exploitation. Your Information will be forwarded to law enforcement for investigation and review, and, when appropriate, to the ISP. 

NCMEC Database Search from Lycos Search from Lycos
Search the NCMEC database for missing children. This webpage is provided by Lycos. Descriptive form fields cab be entered.

North America Missing Children Association
Headquartered in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada, this association has some useful tips and information to aid your search, as well as a page to register a missing child. A list of individual and corporate sponsors is listed. Mail may be sent directly to

Sarah's LawTHE NEWS of the World embarked on a campaign for the introduction of Sarah's Law following the death of eight-year-old Sarah Payne in Sussex.

Other Search Links
More useful links to assist in finding missing persons.


Children's Receiving Home of Sacramento
One of the readily available resources against children sex-offenders is  Megan's Law which allow the release of sex offender information to the public
California passed the law in 1996 and now the databases are available in most cities at the State or local Sheriff's Department and or Police Department in many city provides this database. Check it out online or check out their records at their locations.  You will be amazed at who or how many of them live next door to you. 
Placer County, Cal
San Ramon, N. Cal
Here's Citizen web site:
Megan's law Citizens guide
Parents For Megan's Law Links and Registry.
New Jersey's
New York's
Information About Sexual Assault
This site provides law, criminal justice, advocacy, and social service professionals with up-to-date information on interventions to stop violence against women.
(School of Social Work at the University of Minnesota)

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