Recover Children in Arkansas
Recover a Missing Child
It is the job of The Committee for Missing Children to help parents find missing children. For example, The Committee for Missing Children can provide families with financial resources that can help them recover their child. This includes money for food, travel, and lodging. In addition, The Committee for Missing Children also has connections with law enforcement agencies all over the world, helping parents reach out to the professionals they need to locate their children.
Casting a Wide Net
Ultimately, when parents are looking for missing children, it is important to work with professionals who have helped families find children all over the world. For example, The Committee for Missing Children routinely helps parents recover missing children who even cross international borders. By casting a wide net, it is possible to make it easier for parents to find their children.
Tireless Advocacy for Child Protection
When it comes to finding missing children, it is important to persevere. There is no resource that should be spared when families are looking for missing children. That is why The Committee for Missing Children provides tireless advocacy for child protection. By making it easier for parents to recover missing children, it is possible for families to come back together.
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Additional Resources for Missing Children Arkansas
There are several helpful resources that parents should use if they are trying to recover missing children in Arkansas.
Missing Children Clearinghouses
- The Arkansas Missing Children Clearinghouse
- 232 Center Street, Suite 200
- Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
- (501) – 682 – 2007
- (800) – 482 – 8982
- [email protected]
Custodial and Parental Abduction
Please access a searchable list of the state of Arkansas legal codes here: Arkansas Legal Codes. The list of topics that you will have access to will include:
- Arkansas Code Title 9. Family Law § 9-13-101. Award of Custody – outlines that when determining custody of a child “In an action for divorce, the award of custody of a child of the marriage shall be made without regard to the sex of a parent but solely in accordance with the welfare and best interest of the child.”
- Arkansas Code Title 9. Family Law § 9-113-402. Definitions – this section defines how these types of international kidnapping situations are defined, stating, ““International child abduction” means the act of taking away, enticing away, withholding, keeping, or concealing a child from his or her parent or custodian by removing the child from the United States”