Our partner Childhelp came to visit

Childhelp team members Elaine and Michael flew in from sunny Arizona to spend a day at Q5id. We spent the day getting better acquainted and discussed the great future of Q5id and Childhelp as partners. 

As partners, we have an immense opportunity to advocate for child safety by spreading awareness and educating as many people as possible about child abuse. The more people who are informed, the more children we can keep safe.

Stay up to date with our partnership efforts by following the Q5id Guardian social channels and learn more about Childhelp by visiting!

2021 Missing Person's Data

The National Crime Information Center (NCIC), a subset of the FBI, receives and tracks data regarding missing people, fugitives, stolen property, and terrorists. To easily illustrate all their data, the NCIC breaks information into Property and Person Files which includes more than 16 million active records.

Any missing person report filed in the United States is recorded in the NCIC’s Missing Person File. Implemented in 1975, “records in the Missing Person File are retained indefinitely, until the individual is located, or the record is canceled by the entering agency.” Annually the NCIC publishes the Missing Person File data for the previous year to supply transparent data to the general public. Over 521,000 people were reported missing in the United States in 2021.

Here is where you can learn more about the NCIC and review the 2021 Missing Person File data:

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How to Determine if a Neighborhood is Safe

Neighborhood safety is important to everyone, but what makes up a “safe neighborhood” for one family may not be safe enough for another.

Here are some things to consider when trying to determine what your ideal safe neighborhood could look like: 

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Missing Children: Everything You Need to Know

From the archives: Children, unfortunately, make up the majority of those reported missing every year. The new 2021 data from the NCIC reports that 337,195 children went missing in 2021 in the United States.

Learn about the common ways children can go missing and what to do if your child goes missing:

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