Prevention and Education Program

Prevention is without a doubt the most effective means to significantly reduce the risks of abduction, aggression or exploitation of children. We developed, in collaboration with professionals and law enforcement agencies, a unique and interactive education program:


Our interactive personal safety workshops are designed for children and youth and teach them how to recognize and avoid potentially dangerous situations.

Our workshops are tailored to meet the developmental needs of the students and cover a variety of subjects such as trusting one’s instincts, creating safe profiles and the importance of developing healthy relationships.

We loved having the Missing Children’s Network at our day camp – they were organized and well-structured. The animators were interactive, dynamic and energetic! They had age appropriate activities and information for the children. The kids were engaged and were having a great time! We will definitely have them back at our camp!

Pierrefonds Day Camps

Seminars for Adults

The Missing Children’s Network also delivers the following seminars for parents, educators and law enforcement:

  • My Child’s Safety
  • Staying Safe On and Offline
  • When The Abductor is a Parent
For more information, please contact our offices at 514.843.4333.
For a number of years, the SPVM is able to count upon the collaboration of a choice partner: The Missing Children’s Network.  The commitment of your organization in delivering quality prevention and education program, is without a doubt, an invaluable contribution. The safety of children on the Internet is a very serious preoccupation for the SPVM. Your safety workshops help children to better understand how the virtual world works and provides them with simple and practical tools that can make a big difference in helping them stay safe. Vincent Richer

Commander, Montreal Police Service

Just like you, I believe that prevention is an indispensable tool in helping keep children safe in today’s society. By teaching youngsters to be more vigilant both on the Internet and in other situations, this initiative spares lives and unnecessary suffering in families and society. For these reasons, this Prevention Program is deserving of all the support in the world so that we can continue to empower our children to stay safe on-and-offline. Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu

Just like the Missing Children’s Network, we are convinced that the protection of children must be a priority in our society. These safety workshops are effective tools in that regard.

André Drolet

President, Info-Crime Montréal

Notre directrice générale Pina Arcamone en entrevue avec Jamie Orchard de Focus Montréal sur Global, maintenant !

Our Director General, Pina Arcamone speaks with Jamie Orchard of Focus Montreal. The interview is on Global.
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What a wonderful event last night! A huge thank you to all those who attended our Cocktail Soirée in honour of National Missing Children’s Day and made the evening a memorable one. We hope to see you again next year.
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Quelle belle soirée nous avons vécus hier ! Un grand merci à tous ceux qui ont participé et contribué à faire de notre 5 à 7 un succès. Nous espérons vous revoir tous l’an prochain.

Félicitation aux photographes John Zimmerman et Amir El Etr pour leur excellent travail.
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C’est avec joie que le Réseau Enfants-Retour vous annonce que Matys Rodrigue, 15 ans a été retrouvé. Merci d'avoir partagé sa photo.

The Missing Children's Network is pleased to inform you that 15-year-old Matis Rodrigue, has been found. Thank you to all those that shared her picture.
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Missing Children's Day. The first edition of our Hope is in the air Walk-o-thon.
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It’s International Missing Children’s Day – a day to remember the hundreds of missing boys and girls in Quebec.

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