Dr. John E. Bischoff III is currently the Acting Vice President of the Missing Children Division for the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC). Within this role, he is responsible for managerial oversight of programs, staff, and case management activities of the Missing Children Division, including the Contact Centers.
Prior to NCMEC, Dr. Bischoff was a Mass Care (ESF#6) Program Specialist with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) in Washington D.C. In this capacity, he was responsible for coordinating with federal, state and local governments, and private sector partners to develop effective evacuation & reentry plans, strategies, and policies.
Prior to FEMA, Dr. Bischoff was the Technical Director of Public Safety and Criminal Investigations for AOL located in Dulles, Virginia. During his thirteen years at AOL, Dr. Bischoff was directly involved with hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement investigations involving child sexual exploitation, financial fraud, and computer crimes. He was considered an expert by federal, state and local courts in the area of AOL networks, email platforms, and data transfer technologies.
Long-term missing child guide for law enforcement: Strategies for finding long-term missing children; National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, 2016
Post Disaster Family Reunification, A Nationwide Approach; Federal Emergency Management Agency, 2014
Dr. Bischoff received a Doctorate of Engineering from the George Washington University and a Master of Business Administration, a graduate certificate in management information systems, and Bachelor of Arts with a major in business management from the Shenandoah University.
National Center Helps in Search, 12/31/19: https://www.wtol.com/article/news/local/ncmec-helping-with-harley-dilly/512-0f4120bd-d83d-4284-87fe-2a2ff6b6d135
Experts urge parents to take pictures of loved ones without filters, Fox5DC news, 042619 http://www.fox5dc.com/news/experts-urge-parents-to-take-pictures-of-loved-ones-without-filters
Imposter cases are rare, April 2019
Jayme Closs was found alive after vanishing three months ago. It was a rare outcome, experts say; Post-Crescent: USAToday Network, January 2019, https://www.postcrescent.com/story/news/2019/01/12/jayme-closs-wisconsin-teens-survival-exception-rule/2547958002/
Family says Jayme in "good spirits", suspect due in court; MPRNews, Minnesota Public Radio, January 2019, https://www.mprnews.org/story/2019/01/14/family-says-jayme-in-good-spirits-suspect-due-in-court
STATEMENT OF CHAIRMAN TOM WHEELER: Wireless Emergency Alerts, PS Docket No. 15-91; Amendments to Part 11 of the Commission’s Rules Regarding the Emergency Alert System, PS Docket No. 15-94: https://docs.fcc.gov/public/attachments/FCC-16-127A2.docx
Everbridge and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children Celebrate 4 Years of Collaboration in Helping Bring Home Missing Kids: 2018, https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180904005097/en/Everbridge-National-Center-Missing-Exploited-Children-Celebrate
Navajo Nation Amber Alert & Emergency Alert Task Force Completes Milestone: 2017, https://nativenewsonline.net/currents/navajo-nation-amber-alert-emergency-alert-task-force-completes-milestone/
Child Care Aware, On the Hill: 2015, http://usa.childcareaware.org/2015/08/july-footnotes/
Probe into 1986 disappearance of Union County child remains active: 2015, https://www.pennlive.com/midstate/index.ssf/2015/10/probe_into_1986_disappearance.html
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children & Nixle Team Up to Help Law Enforcement Bring Home Missing Children: 2014, https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/national-center-for-missing--exploited-children--nixle-team-up-to-help-law-enforcement-bring-home-missing-children-266564811.html
Tot’s case focuses on other lost children: 2013, https://www.toledoblade.com/local/police-fire/2013/06/19/Tot-s-case-focuses-on-other-lost-children/stories/20130619048