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Translated Info to Help Missing Children

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Fox Valley Technical College’s Washington D.C. office, along with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), recently translated two resources for Hispanic families, parents, and individuals impacted by child abductions.

The guides, The Crime of Family Abduction: A Child’s and Parent’s Perspective, and When Your Child is Missing: A Family Survival Guide, represent another form of collaboration for the college in addressing community needs. FVTC, the OJJDP, and the Department of Justice provide training for law enforcement practitioners and investigators on missing and exploited children’s issues, in addition to resources for families on child safety and abduction-related matters.

The guides were developed as part of a Missing and Exploited Children’s Program grant. For more information on the guides, call (920) 735-5738.

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