Recover Missing Children in Ohio

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At the Committee for Missing Children, we provide a charitable resource for people who have had a child abducted. Most child kidnappings are committed by a parent, and our organization specializes in helping the left-behind parent fight for the safe return of their child, even when the child has been taken to another country. We are here to help you, and can provide guidance throughout the whole process.

How We Can Help

The main focus of our organization is to help reunite the left-behind parent with the child or children who have been kidnapped. Our teams help with many ongoing cases, and we can help in many different ways. We will be able to provide emotional support and guidance, and we may even be able to help cover some of the travel costs that will occur during your fight.

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Further Resources for Missing Children from Ohio

The Ohio Clearinghouse for Missing Persons

Custody & Parental Abductions

You can access this site to see a listing of the state of Ohio’s legal codes. On this page, you will find entries such as:

  • Statute on Custody: Domestic Relations Children 3109.03 When husband and wife are living separate and apart from each other, or are divorced, and the question as to the parental rights and responsibilities for the care of their children and the place of residence and legal custodian of their children is brought before a court of competent jurisdiction, they shall stand upon an equality as to the parental rights and responsibilities for the care of their children and the place of residence and legal custodian of their children, so far as parenthood is involved.
  • Statute on Custody: Domestic Relations Children 3125.06 The department of job and family services shall enter into an agreement with the secretary of health and human services, as authorized by the “Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act of 1980,” 94 Stat. 3572, 42 U.S.C. 663, as amended, under which the services of the parent locater service established pursuant to Title IV-D of the “Social Security Act,” 88 Stat. 2351 (1975), 42 U.S.C. 651, as amended, are made available to this state for the following purposes:
    • (A) Determining the whereabouts of any absent parent or child in order to enforce a law with respect to the unlawful taking or restraint of a child;
    • (B) Making or enforcing a determination as to the allocation, between the parents of a child, of the parental rights and responsibilities for the care of a child and the designation of the residential parent and legal custodian of a child or otherwise as to the custody of a child;
    • (C) Making or enforcing a parenting time order with respect to a child.