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Every 40 seconds, a child goes missing in the United States

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*note 1: The graph above reflect statistical data from the FBI’s NCIC Missing Person and Unidentified Person Statistics for 2012 report

**note 2: The FBI’s definition of a Living & Unidentified Person is a person who is living and unable to ascertain his/her identity, e.g., amnesia victim, infant, etc.  The information on unidentified living persons should only be included if the person gives his/her consent or if they are physically or mentally unable to give consent.  Our founder, S. Monique Smith is listed in the national NamUS registry as a living, unidentified person based off the facts of her details of her presumed abduction and inability to determine her true identity. SMonique Smith is also listed with a NCMEC# provided from the National Center of Missing and Exploited Children.