ISPCC launch short movie to promote 116 000 Missing Children's Hotline
The ISPCC has today unveiled a new short movie to raise awareness for its 116 000 Missing Children’s Hotline. The hotline officially launched in June of this year and its aim is to provide advice and support to both young people and adults regarding the issue of missing children 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. The powerful short movie which was launched today highlights just one scenario that could occur when a child goes missing.
Statement re: deaths of Eoghan and Ruairí Chada.
The ISPCC would like to offer our sincerest condolences to the family and friends of Eoghan and Ruairí Chada. The first ever Child Rescue Ireland Alert (CRI Alert) was issued by the Gardaí after they were notified that the boys were missing. The details of the car they were travelling in was highlighted on road signs and broadcasted widely in the media.
116 000 Missing Children’s Hotline is officially launched today
The ISPCC today launches the 116 000 Missing Children’s Hotline with the support of the Department of Children and Youth Affairs and the European Commission.