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NCMEC’s California Regional Office handles missing and exploited children cases from across the US, as well as providing outreach and training in the area.

Core Services

Case management: When a child goes missing, NCMEC case managers play a vital role in collecting leads, adding value to tips, and coordinating information for the involved parties. Bilingual case managers play an important role at NCMEC’s California Regional Office.

CyberTipline Analysts: NCMEC’s CyberTipline is the nation’s reporting mechanism for online child sexual exploitation. Each day, CyberTipline analysts review reports of online sexual exploitation, notify service providers, and add value to leads and reports.

Community Outreach: Utilizing a train-the-trainer model, NCMEC’s California Regional Office provides training to child-serving professionals in diverse fields. Trainings include information on how to reach children, teens, and families with safety resources such as presentations, Child ID events, and other means of engaging the community.



If your child is missing, IMMEDIATELY call 911, then contact NCMEC by calling 1-800-THE-LOST.

Telephone: 714-508-0150

18111 Irvine Blvd. Tustin, CA 92780