The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® conducts analyses of the various data-types that NCMEC collects through the CyberTipline and other means. Below you will find descriptions of and links to NCMEC’s most recent reports.
Trends Identified in CyberTipline Sextortion Reports: Since the CyberTipline began tracking sextortion in October 2013, these reports have been on the rise. In just the first two full years, between 2014 and 2015, there was a 90% increase in the total number of reports; a pattern that has continued, with sextortion reports up 150% within the first several months of 2016 compared to the number of reports in that same time-frame in 2014. Click here to read the Sextortion Fact Sheetfrom the report.
A 10-Year Analysis of Attempted Abductions and Related Incidents: The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® collects information about attempted abductions, short term "abduct and release" incidents and other types of suspicious incidents involving children. NCMEC analysts proactively track and collect data concerning attempted abductions in an effort to identify possible patterns and provide technical assistance and resources to law enforcement.
NCMEC analyzed data from 10 years of attempted abductions and related incidents. To view the full analysis, click here.
A Global Landscape of Hotlines Combating Child Sexual Abuse Material on the Internet and an Assessment of Shared Challenges: Conducted by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® and funded by Google.org, the Global Research Project was an examination of hotlines combating Internet facilitated Child Sexual Abuse Material. The online sexual exploitation of children is a global challenge and countries around the world are uniting in pursuit of a comprehensive plan to prevent and disrupt the online spread of CSAM. View a copy of the Global Research Project here.