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Missing Children’s Day, May 2020

Missing Children’s Day serves as a reminder to continue our efforts to reunite missing children with their families and an occasion to honor those dedicated to this cause.
"Lady Justice" used with permission from DG Smalling, Choctaw Nation (see reuse policy).

Missing American Indian and Alaska Native Children 

Rhonda Anderson
Sharon Baldeagle
Douglas Josh Becker
Lauria Jaylene Bible
Anthonette Christine Cayedito
Benito Chamorro
David Allen Crabtree
Lee Andrew Davis
Bradford Delgarito
Maria Isabel Elizalde
Stella Anastasia Evon
Makaila Marie Garza
Janice Hannigan
Bryce Florian Herda
Shantelle Hudson
Peter Ignatin
Lori Jealous of Him
Jeremy Leon Jourdain
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Colleen Ann Korth
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Donna Marie Larrabee
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Wyatt Cole Littlelight
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Gary Locklear
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Elsie Eldora Luscier
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Sierrah M McGrath
Meredith Miesowitz
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Molly Michelle Miller
Dawn Michelle Nakedhead
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Ariel Ofield
Eric Glenn Owens
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Delema Lou Sits Poor
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Alana Pulskamp-Lewis
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Tiffany Reid
Elaina Eugenia Rivera
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Sherry Elizabeth Roach
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Carlota Maria Sanchez
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Harry George Sheldon
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Roland Jack Spencer III
Kimberly Faye Thrower
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Bethany Maria Tiner
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Angel Torres
Natalie Isabel Valencia
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Jondalar Washington
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Michelle Wells
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Odessa L White

 

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Resources

National Missing Children's Day (OJJDP)
Missing Children's Day is dedicated to encouraging parents, guardians, caregivers, and others concerned with the well-being of children to make child safety a priority.


Resources and Technical Assistance to the Native American Community & Indian Country (NCMEC)
When a child goes missing, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is here to help with our full range of technical assistance and resources, available at no cost to local jurisdictions and families.