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Lost Child

If you have ever lost your child, even for a moment, you have likely experienced that terrifying feeling of extreme panic. While it may be difficult, it is very important that you remain calm and act quickly and decisively. When a child is lost, immediate action is required as a child is at a higher risk for abduction, accident, or injury when separated from a parent or caretaker.

  • Indicators of Risk

    What to pay attention to when assessing the risk of your child getting lost.

  • Prevention

    What to do to help prevent your child from getting lost.

  • Immediate Steps

    What to do immediately if your child is lost.

The information provided above is intended for information purposes only. It is not intended as legal advice. Readers should assess all information in light of their own circumstances, the age and maturity level of the child they wish to protect, and any other relevant factors.