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Bringing Our Missing Children Home Safely     

On May 24, 2017, the Department of Justice commemorated National Missing Children’s Day in Washington, DC. The annual ceremony, organized by OJJDP, honors missing children and recognizes efforts made by law enforcement personnel and private citizens to protect children from harm. “The people we recognize today remind us of our responsibility to protect all children from harm,” said Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein. “Their actions epitomize the values of courage, selflessness, and determination. The Department of Justice is proud to honor their inspirational achievements, and I am proud to stand with them.”

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