Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse Advisory Board
The FDLE Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse Advisory Board (MEPICAB) was created in 1996 to address issues dealing with Florida's missing children. The MEPICAB is a diverse mix of law enforcement officials, victim parents, government agencies, missing children non-profit organizations and members of the business community with interest in missing children issues.
The mission of the Missing Endangered Persons Information Clearinghouse Advisory Board is to support awareness, education, and training for the prevention, response, and recovery of missing and endangered persons.
The Advisory Board meets quarterly to discuss and implement plans and policies to combat and create an awareness of the large number of children that go missing every year. Board members are chosen by FDLE's Commissioner from around the state, to provide balanced representation of the state of Florida.
The Advisory Board works on various missing child projects, such as Missing Children Highway Billboards and Florida Missing Children's Day.
Missing & Endangered Spring 2021 Newsletter
The Advisory Board encourages you to stay up to date with information and topics that are being discussed during the year via the Missing and Endangered newsletter. You may sign up for the newsletter by entering your email to the Subscribe to the Missing & Endangered Newsletter box. You may also visit FDLE's website for the Missing and Endangered Newsletter archives to read past newsletters by clicking here.