American Association for Lost Children
Missouri State HighwayPatrol Missing Persons Unit
314-751-3313; 800-877-3452
Alabama Department of Public Safety Missing Children Bureau
Montana Department of Justice Missing/Unidentified Persons
Alaska State Troopers Missing Persons Clearinghouse
907-269-5497; 800-478-9333
Nebraska State Patrol Criminal Record and Identification Division
402-479-4019; 402-479-4938
Arizona Department of Public Safety Criminal Investigation Research Unit
Nevada Office of the Attorney General Nevada Missing Children Clearinghouse
702-486-3420; 702-486-3539
Arkansas Office of Attorney General Missing Children Services Program
New Hampshire State Police
603-271-2663; 800-852-3411
California Department of Justice Missing / Unidentified Persons
916-227-3290; 800-222-3463
New Jersey State Police Missing Persons/Child Exploitation
609-882-2000; 800-743-5377
Colorado Bureau of Investigation Crime Information Center
303-239-4251; 303-239-4222
New Mexico Department of Public Safety
Connecticut State Police Research and Planning / Missing Persons
New York Division of Criminal Justice Service Missing and Exploited Children
518-457-6326; 800-346-3543
Delaware State Police State Bureau of Identification
North Carolina Center for Missing Persons Crime Control and Public Safety
919-733-3914; 800-522-5437
District of Columbia Metro Police Department Missing Persons / Youth Division
North Dakota Clearinghouse, Missing Children North Dakota Radio Communication
701-224-2121; 800-472-2121
Florida Department of Law Enforcement Missing Children Information Clearinghouse
904-488-5224; 800-342-0821
Ohio Missing Children Clearinghouse Office of the Attorney General
614-644-0122; 800-325-5604
Georgia Bureau of Investigation
Intelligence Unit

404-244-2554; 800-282-6564
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Office of the Attorney General
llinois State Police I-SEARCH
217-782-6053; 800-843-5763
Oregon State Police Missing
Children Clearinghouse

503-378-3720 ext. 4412; 800-282-7155
Indiana State Police Indiana Missing Children Clearinghouse
317-232-8310; 800-831-8953
Pennsylvania State Police Bureau of Criminal Investigation
Iowa Department of Public Safety Division of Criminal Investigation
515-281-5138; 800-346-5507
Rhode Island State Police Missing and Exploited Children
Kansas Bureau of Investigation Special Services Division
913-296-8200; 800-572-7463
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division Missing Persons Information Center
803-737-9000; 800-322-4453 (SC only)
Kentucky State Police
502-227-8799; 800-222-5555
South Dakota Attorney General's Office Division of Criminal Investigation
Louisiana Department of Health and Human Services Louisiana Clearinghouse for Missing and Exploited Children
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Criminal Intelligence Unit
Maine State Police Criminal Investigation Division
207-624-7097; 800-452-4664
Texas Department of Public Safety Criminal Intelligence Service
512-465-2814; 800-346-3243
Maryland Center for Missing >Children Maryland State Police
410-290-0780; 800-637-5437
Vermont State Police
Massachusetts State Police Missing Persons Unit
617-727-8972; 800-622-5999
Virginia State Police Department Missing Children's Clearinghouse
804-674-2026; 800-822-4453
Michigan State Police
Prevention Services Unit

Washington State Patrol Missing Children Clearinghouse
206-753-3960; 800-543-5678
Minnesota State Clearinghouse Bureau of Criminal Apprehension
Wyoming Office of the Attorney General Division of Criminal Investigation
Mississippi Highway Patrol

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