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In 1983 President Ronald Reagan proclaimed May 25 National Missing Children’s Day. Since that time this day has served as an annual reminder for the nation to renew efforts to reunite missing children with their families and make child protection a national priority. National Missing Children’s Day also serves as a reminder to all parents and guardians of the need for high-quality photographs of their children for use in case of an emergency, and for the need for everyone to pay close attention to the posters and photographs of missing children.  For more information visit the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.