National Missing Children’s Day Commemoration To Stream Live

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On May 22 at 9 a.m. ET, OJJDP will host and livestream an event commemorating the 41stAnnual National Missing Children’s Day.  

The Office of Justice Programs Assistant Attorney General Amy L. Solomon and OJJDP Administrator Liz Ryan will participate in the event, which will include a panel discussion on children missing from care, exploring why children go missing and how we can improve collaboration to ensure their safety and well-being. 

Administrator Ryan will present commendations to two law enforcement officers for their exceptional investigation of child sexual exploitation cases leading to multiple arrests and convictions. Additionally, a fifth-grade student will be recognized as the National Missing Children’s Day poster contest winner.

CJJR’s Senior Deputy Director Macon Stewart will be speaking on the panel. Please don’t miss this important event! If you’d like to know more about CJJR’s work (via Alex Miller and Macon Stewart) on this topic, please read this post.

Learn more on the OJJDP site, but you can join the livestream on May 22nd starting at 9 am ET by using the button below.

If you are prompted for a webinar password, please use NnZCe3SUk49.