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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #21520: Two success stories for the NCMEC
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    Two success stories for the NCMEC


    The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) works with law enforcement in the US and throughout the world to bring
    missing-children home and help sexually exploited children. Here are two of those success stories.
    Maria was 12 years old when reported missing to NCMEC in September 1998. In November 1999, NCMEC's hotline received a lead from an
    anonymous person who had seen Maria's NCMEC poster in a store in Mullins, South Carolina. This lead was forwarded to law enforcement,
    and officers were able to recover Maria at the address provided in the lead.
    Ashley was 13 years old when she ran away in July 1999. In October 1999, an anonymous person saw Ashley's NCMEC poster and provided
    law enforcement with her location. Law enforcement was then able to recover Ashley in Los Angeles, California.





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