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Debbie Manning spent many years working and volunteering in Emergency Medical Services as a Registered Nurse. As a child, she aspired to work in the Missing Persons field as she came very close to being abducted herself. About 8 years ago the possibility presented itself. After spending several years volunteering, Debbie was encouraged by a dear friend to start her own nonprofit in hopes of raising awareness around the growing number of Missing Person and Human and Sex Trafficking cases across America. Debbie has always deeply admired the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which was founded by John and Reve Walsh, but she felt there was also a need for a center for missing persons over the age of 18. This is how National Center for Missing and Endangered, Inc was born.
NCME draws attention to advertisements of missing person cases, by sharing them with Law Enforcement agencies of all levels. A team of volunteers, working around the clock, manage their Facebook page and keep up with the comments and tips that come in from followers across the county. Tips and comments allow many Law Enforcement agencies to locate missing persons. In some cases, NCME also works with some of the best certified Search and Rescue teams across the country. Reuniting families with loved ones gone missing is the main goal and NCME offers HOPE in doing so.
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