These are Parental Abduction Resources.
Please also see: Missing Children Resources
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Murdered Ohio mother uses last words to name alleged killer, help police find her son
" Amanda (Mandi) Mangas was at her father's house in Delta with her baby, Winston, when her ex-boyfriend, James Ramey, opened the door and allegedly fired off several shots into the home, WTOL reported.
Ramey, who shared Winston with Mangas, took his son and reportedly forced his victim's stepmother into a car before taking off."
NEW YORK DAILY NEWS, March 15, 2017
The Criminal Justice System's Response to Parental Abduction
Juvenile Justice Bulletin, December 2001
Early Identification of Risk Factors for Parental Abduction
Juvenile Justice Bulletin, March 2001
Family Abductors: Descriptive Profiles and Preventive Interventions
Juvenile Justice Bulletin, January 2001
Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction
Full text of the Convention adopted by the Fourteenth Session on 25 October 1980.
Kidnaping of Juveniles: Patterns From NIBRS
Comprehensive study from the Office of Juvenile Justice & Delinquency Prevention''s Juvenile Justice Bulletin, June 2000. [PDF]
New Laws Designed to Protect Children, Elderly From Abuse
The Telegraph, July 23, 2001
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International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children
Charles B. Wang International Children's Building
699 Prince Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-3175
Phone: (703) 274-3900
Working to provide a coordinated, international response to the problem of missing and exploited children and creation of a global missing children website network.
International Parental Abduction
U.S. Dept. of State, Office of Children's Issues
Phone: (317) 472-2328 (Outside the U.S.)
Information, assistance, legislation, country–specific abduction procedures.
National Runaway Switchboard
24-hour crisis line, referrals to shelters, food, counseling, travel assistance.
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