Sign4l

When every second counts

In the event that a child gets lost in a public area, on their way home or, possibly even disappearing altogether, a complete and up-to-date description of the child can save valuable time and will allow law enforcement to respond more quickly in initiating searches for the missing child.

Thanks to a generous grant by Telus Community Board, the Missing Children’s Network created Sign4l, an application that is available free of charge on most Apple and Android smartphones. Sign4l allows parents to store up-to-date photos and vital physical descriptions of their child which they can then instantly email or text to the relevant authorities, allowing them to save time in the event of an emergency.

The information that is saved by parents on their child is not stored in any database. Only parents or guardians will be able to access their children’s data sheet.

Parents can also rely on the reminder function, which varies according to the age of the child, allowing them to update their child’s profile at any time in the application. SIGN4L also includes safety tips for children as well as the 4 crucial steps to follow in the moments following the disappearance of a child.

To Download Sign4l

The Service de Police de la Ville de Montréal welcomes any initiative that allows parents to act quickly when a child goes missing or runs away.

Commander Patrick Lavallée

SPVM

The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 17 year-old Tethyana Boyko, missing since September 9, 2019, has been found and is doing well. Thank you to all those who shared her poster. ... See MoreSee Less

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New faces in our offices!

The Missing Children’s Network is proud to announce the arrival of 2 new students who will be interning with us this year. A warm welcome to Eleni, a social working student from McGill University. She will be working with our case management team. Bonjour to Laurence, a sexology student from Université du Québec à Montréal who will be joining our youth prevention team for the SHINE program.

We are thrilled to have them on board and we wish them a wonderful and successful learning experience with us!
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The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 14 year-old Rubi Lisbeth Nunez Correa, missing since September 17, 2019, has been found and is doing well. Thank you to all those who shared her poster. ... See MoreSee Less

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TO YOUR PADDLES!!!!!!!!!!!!!

As the saying goes ‘’ The early bird gets the worm’’! Well, this year, it is true!

New for 2020, we will be holding various contests throughout the year to motivate rowers to raise the most funds possible for the 14th Annual Dragon Boat Challenge. In May 2020, the Missing Children’s Network will be celebrating 35 years of hope, and now, more than ever, our families need your support.

Details of the First Contest:

Shopping day!
The first paddler to raise $150 no later than October 31st (Canada Helps online platform only) will win a $150 gift certificate to Artizan Fashions by Robin Barré as well as a styling experience with both Robin and Donna Saker!!! Wow!

To register your team or as an individual, please click here! www.canadahelps.org/en/charities/missing-childrens-network-canada/p2p/DBC2020/

Good luck and thank you for helping us bring missing children home!

Artizan by Robin Barré Artizan Fashion Retail Donna Saker Radio

#ramenonsles #rowthemhome #dragonboat #bateaudragon #fundraisingevent #fundraising #leveedefonds #keepthemsafe #dbd2020
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At the request of the Sûreté du Quebec, the Missing Children’s Network is seeking your collaboration in the search for 14 year-old Émilie Brault, last seen September 15, 2019 in Salaberry-de-Valleyfield.À la demande de la Sûreté du Québec, le Réseau Enfants-Retour fait appel à vous pour aider notre campagne de recherche d’Émilie Brault, âgée de 14 ans, vue pour la dernière fois le 15 septembre 2019 à Salaberry-de-Valleyfield. ... See MoreSee Less

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