Center for Problem-Oriented Policing

Endnotes

[1] NCIC (2009).

[2] Associated Press (2005); Robinson (2005); Gardiner (2008); Barton (2011).

[3] NCIC (2009).

[4] Henderson, Henderson, and Kiernan (2000).

[5] Abrahams and Mungall as cited in Newiss (1999).

[6]Sedlak et al. (2002).

[7] Newiss (1999).

[8] National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (2006).

[9] Chiancone (2001).

[10] Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (2005).

[11] Hammer, Finkelhor, and Sedlak (2002a).

[12] Sedlak et al. (2002).

[13] National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (n.d.).

[14] NCIC (2009).

[15] Sedlak et al. (2002).

[16] Brown et al. (2006).

[17] Ritter (2007).

[18] Chen (2010).

[19] Dedel (2006); Finkelhor et al. (2002).

[20] Puzzanchera (2009).

[21] Hammer et al. (2004)..

[22] Fassett (n.d.).

[23] Fassett (n.d.).

[24] Peterson (2002).

[25] Geberer (2009)..

[26] Sedlak et al. (2002).

[27] Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[28] Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[29] Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002)./p>

[30] Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[31] Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[32] Hargrove (2006).

[33]Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[34]Finkelhor, Hammer, and Sedlak (2002).

[35]Burgess and Lanning (2003).

[36]Burgess and Lanning (2003); Hammer, Finkelhor, and Sedlak (2002b).

[37]Baker et al. (2002).

[38] Sedlak, Finkelhor, and Hammer (2005).

[39] Sedlak, Finkelhor, and Hammer (2005).

[40] National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (2006).

[41] AMBER Advocate (2009).

[42]Sedlak, Finkelhor, and Hammer (2005).

[43] Finkelhor and Asdigian (1996).

[44] Finkelhor and Asdigian (1996).

[45] NCIC (2009).

[46]NCIC (2009).

[47]NCIC (2004); Quinet (2007).

[48] NCIC (2009).

[49] Schulz and Martire (2004).

[50] Miskelly (2005).

[51] Vangilder (2010).

[52] Olsen (2010).

[53] Quinet (2007).

[54] Quinet (2009).

[55] Young and Wehbring (2007).

[56] Quinet (2011).

[57] Howell (2011).

[58] Anderson (2008).

[59] Anderson and Parks (2008); see also Guerette and Clarke (2005).

[60] Associated Press (2010).

[61] Young and Wehbring (2007).

[62] Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (1996).

[63] Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention,(1996).

[64] Kocieniewski (2010).

[65]Kocieniewski (2010).

[66] Smith et al. (2005).

[67] Fresno Police Department (1999).

[68] Allender (2007).

[69] Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department (2003).

[70] Project Jason (2010).

[71] National Alliance on Mental Illness (2011).

[72] New Westminster Police Service (2002).

[72] New Westminster Police Service (2002).

[73] San Diego Police Department (1997).

[74]Lowery (2010).

[75] Zachariah (2011).

[76]Associated Press (2005).

[77] International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (2011).

[78] Brown et al. (2006).

[79] Arlington Police Department (2007).

[80] Kamb (2003).

[81] Kamb (2003).

[82] Kravets (2010).

[83] University of North Texas Health Science Center (2011).

[84] Associated Press (2010).

[85] Allender (2007); AMBER Advocate (2010).

[86] Seaman (2011).

[87]Federal Emergency Management Agency (2011).

[88] AMBER Alert Program (2010).

[89] Washington State Patrol (2007).

[90] Vangilder (2010).

[91] Vangilder (2010).

[92] Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (2011).

[93]Irvine Police Department (2009).

[94] Milian (2011).

[95]International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (2011).

[96] National Missing Persons Coordination Centre (n.d).

[97] Greyhound.com.

[98] Daniels and Brennan (2006).

[99]National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (2008).

[100]Lancashire Constabulary (2009).

[101]International Committee of the Red Cross (2011).