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Children Missing from Care
Proceedings of the Expert Panel Meeting
March 8-9, 2004

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  Proceedings

Children Missing from Care: An Issue Brief

Child Welfare League of America

Caren Kaplan
Contents

Files are in PDF format, viewable with Adobe Acrobat Reader

  Front Matter
  PDF File Research on Children Missing from Care
  PDF File Definitional Issues
  PDF File Incidence and Prevalence
  PDF File Characteristics of Children Missing from Care
  PDF File Reasons Children Run from Care
  PDF File Prevention of Missing-from-Care Episodes
  PDF File Response to Children Missing from Care
  PDF File Return and Resolution
  PDF File Future Considerations
  PDF File Endnotes



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