September 11, 2016, is the 21st year we mourn the loss of Jimmy Ryce. Claudine Ryce, Jimmy’s late mom, said it best, “God sleeps on September 11”
A music video dedicated to the National Police Bloodhound Association, the law enforcement officers and their bloodhounds.
The Jimmy Ryce Center needs your help. We need money to buy bloodhounds for law enforcement agencies. Please donate.
Today, Jimmy Ryce would have turned 30-years-old. He was murdered at the age of 9. Today we were honored with a story written by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) which tells the world about Jimmy’s story and the legacy of his name
On Sept. 11, 1995 Jimmy Ryce got off his school bus and was never seen alive again. Abducted, raped and murdered, the Ryce Family created a legacy in his honor.
Seminole County Sheriff’s bloodhound, Amber, located a 9 year old special needs child over the weekend. Amber was donated by the Jimmy Ryce Center in 2012
Windy, a 7-month-old bloodhound, has successfully completed her training and now ready to help the Riverside County Sheriff’s Office.
The first U.S. federal law enforcement app designed to seek the public’s help with fugitive and unknown suspected child predators is now available for Android smartphones, and in Spanish for both Apple and Android versions.