• Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Study aims and methodology
  • Activities carried out
  • Inception phase
  • Mapping phase
  • Data Collection Phase
  • Finalisation phase
  • Definitions
  • Introduction
  • Missing person, child and missing child
  • Specific categories of missing children
  • Responses
  • Introduction
  • Timescales for investigation
  • Preliminary investigation
  • Escalation of cases
  • Responsible authorities
  • Geographical coordination for missing children cases
  • Specific investigative procedures followed
  • Public communications
  • Resolution of cases
  • Mechanisms and support structures
  • Specific mechanisms
  • 1.1.1 Support measures
  • The provision of training
  • Co-operation between key stakeholders
  • Data availability and potential EU indicators
  • Missing children: overall numbers
  • Number of child disappearances reported to the police
  • Number of children still to be found by the police
  • Type and number of legal proceedings triggered by disappearance
  • Number of convictions resulting from disappearance/outcomes of proceedings
  • Type and frequency of follow-up support provided (by whom, in what form)
  • Type and frequency of provision of "child friendly" measures
  • Number of cases reported to 116 000 hotlines
  • Missing children: specific categories
  • Runaways
  • International abductions: applications under the Hague Convention of 1980
  • Child abduction convictions
  • Unaccompanied migrant children
  • Potential comparative EU indicators
  • Recommendations on minimum common standards and good practices
  • Introduction
  • Data recording practices
  • Operational rules and definitions
  • Awareness-raising and information
  • Feedback of law enforcement experts
  • Identifying enabling actions