The hotline is offering a 24 hour service to call on missing and exploited children. The website offers: Amber Alerts; a search of missing children posters; a cyber tip line report, and resources for families are also included. The resources include the 4 rules of personal safety with downloads and videos and autism awareness of wandering in which the children become separated from caregivers. The program also provides analytical support for missing and unidentified deceased children cases; databases of attempted abductions and convicted sex offenders with the region of critical missing children cases, large-scale aerial and topographic maps for grid searching in critical missing child cases; and finally reviewing leads that arrive through the NCMEC's call center that can provide value to unrelated cases. The core services offered are: Professional training to specific professional teams such as law enforcement, community outreach and education; and case management on cases of missing and exploited children. The hotline works with local law enforcement as support in reaching out to the community on cases of missing or exploited children.