NCMEC Is Not Interested In Sex Abuse Against Minors In AA

According to the attorney at the home office in Alexandria, Virginia for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC), the fact that Alcoholics Anonymous invite sexual predators and violent felons to their meetings, along with targeting minors to attend was of no concern to them what so ever.  So much for trying to prevent sexual abuse of minors! Even after being told of the sex abuse of minors by AA and NA members they showed no interest.  Even after offering them additional information, they said they were not interested! I guess there is too many 12 steppers in NCMEC.

It is pretty pathetic when you have a national child advocacy non profit that gets federal funding, stating the fact that even though minors and sexual predators are co-mingling in AA and NA meetings is not an issue they care to learn about, or recieve more information about is disgusting and disturbing.

National Center for Missing and Exploited Children does NOT CARE, but we do! Please do not send your minor children/teens to AA or NA. It is not safe, as many have been sexually molested and raped by Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous members.

Below was taken from their website-

Our Role In Fighting Child Sexual Exploitation

In 1987 the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) launched the Child Pornography Tipline. In 1997 NCMEC opened the Exploited Children Division. In 1998 NCMEC created the CyberTipline,, that handles leads regarding the possession, manufacture, and distribution of child pornography; online enticement of children for sexual acts; child victims of prostitution; sex tourism involving children; extrafamilial child sexual molestation; unsolicited obscene material sent to a child; misleading domain names; misleading words or digital images on the Internet, and the federally mandated reports of child pornography from Electronic Service Providers.

NCMEC has worked directly with federal, state, and local law enforcement, resulting in hundreds of arrests and prosecutions. In addition, NCMEC’s Family Advocacy Division works proactively with families, law-enforcement personnel, and family-advocacy agencies to provide technical assistance, referrals, and crisis-intervention services. NCMEC also offers its Team Adam consultants free-of-charge to law-enforcement agencies that are investigating cases of child sexual exploitation.

Why Are We Undertaking This Campaign?

For millions, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) is only known for its work in finding missing children. For those who fear that their children might be the victims of sexual exploitation, they need to know that NCMEC is also a primary resource.

The Campaign

This campaign came about because of the victimization of one child. As the child’s parents sought help, they were referred to the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) but didn’t call at first. When they did call, NCMEC got involved, and the perpetrator was convicted. The parents said, “We knew about NCMEC, but our child wasn’t missing so we didn’t realize you could help us.” The parents, being advertising and marketing professionals, created a series of posters for NCMEC so other families who may need similar help would know to call.

The goal of the campaign is to increase NCMEC’s visibility as a resource in child sexual exploitation cases. The central messages are (1) child sexual exploitation is a major problem; (2) if you suspect it, report it to law enforcement; and (3) then call NCMEC. NCMEC encourages the public to access prevention information and report these crimes against children through NCMEC’s Hotline at 1-800-843-5678 or online at

How Can You Get More Information?

To learn how you can bring these resources to your community, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children’s External Affairs Department at 703-837-6434 or e-mail us at

Too bad this Organization had no help to offer or any interest. Actions speak louder than words!

3 thoughts on “NCMEC Is Not Interested In Sex Abuse Against Minors In AA

  1. Alcoholics Anonymous has no policy in regard to having any risk management in place with safety measures for the vulnerable members they serve in AA andNA Meetings. Here is an organization below that understands that risks that nonprofits like AA faces, and is there to help.
    Here an excerpt from their website that discusses how sexual predators seek out youth in organizations with weak safety policies. In AA and NA’s case they have zero, and have expressed no interest in providing any protection to those they serve

    Non Profit Risk-

    Child and Youth Protection — Keeping Your Eye on the Ball

    Consulting Services in Youth Protection

    One needs to look no further than the pages of nearly any newspaper to see documentation of the impact of child abuse on our society and particularly on the nonprofit and religious organizations serving children and youth.

    While all forms of child abuse are significant risk management concerns, child sexual abuse is a particular concern due to the predatory nature of many child molesters who seek access to children through the organizations in which they are active. It is imperative that all organizations offering services to children and youths recognize the risks of sexual molestation and implement aggressive risk management strategies to prevent child molesters from gaining access to children.
    The Nonprofit Risk Management Center has a proven track record of assisting child and youth serving organizations develop and implement effective child abuse prevention strategies. Our staff has more than 20 years experience working with some of the largest youth-serving organizations in their efforts to protect children from predatory child molesters. We have a through understanding of the dynamics of child abuse, the typical techniques used by child molesters, and the need to apply multi-dimensional strategies to build safer organizations.

    How can the Nonprofit Risk Management Center help?

    We offer a variety of services to youth serving organizations that address child and youth protection issues.

  2. Question on protect my ministry website. They seem to have it right! Why does AA or NA or NCMEC can’t get it right?

    1.) What if an individual committed a sexual crime many years ago but has become a Christian since and/or has a long history of not engaging in that behavior again? Shouldn′t we show grace to the person and let him participate in ministry?

    We celebrate the transformation in the life of someone who has committed sexual abuse against children and pray that they are indeed able to refrain from engaging in such behavior again. That said, it is our firm conviction that we are not being good stewards of the children entrusted to our care or to our witness to create a risk by exposing children to those who have a known dangerous history. No one with a history of sexual abuse may serve in ministry with children or youth.

    2. Is the background check for volunteers similar to those done for paid employees, such as teachers and other care givers?

    Yes. In fact, all staff and employees of the church or ministry, including its Senior Pastor, must pass an even more rigorous criminal background check, including employment and education verifications, driving history and credit history searches

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