Child Search Network: Help police find missing children in Canada faster - Download MCSC rescu
Over 40,000 children go missing, run away or are abducted in Canada each year, but fewer than one per cent of those cases are broadcast to the public through AMBER Alerts. Thanks to the Missing Children Society of Canada and to Microsoft and Esri Canada, police services and the public now have the MCSC Child Search Network -- a Canadian-made tool developed in consultation with, and pilot tested by, police services. It provides police services with a quick, easy, and cost-effective way to share information and collaborate with one another, as well as with the general public, to find missing children more quickly and reunite them with their families. Download the MCSC rescu app from https://rescu.mcsc.ca/ or Google Play or the Apple App Store and register to receive alerts and share any information you may have regarding a missing child or youth.