There are many organizations devoted to finding missing and abducted children. But all too often, families and friends of a missing person over the age of 18 learn that few resources exist to help them. A panel talks about the particular difficulties loved ones and law enforcement agencies face in cases of missing adults.

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  • Clint Van Zandt Former FBI agent
  • Kym Pasqualini President of the Nation's Missing Children Organization & Center for Missing Adults

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