Each program establishes its own AMBER Plan criteria; however, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children suggests three criteria that should be met before an Alert is activated. Law enforcementMore >>
America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response The AMBER Plan is a voluntary partnership between law-enforcement agencies and broadcasters to activate an urgent bulletin in the most serious child-abductionMore >>
Upon receipt of an Amber Alert from Law Enforcement Authorities anywhere in the world, day or night, the CodeAmber ticker will be updated immediately on our server. During an Amber Alert all of the relevantMore >>
You may be thinking that someone in a geographic location other than the immediate Alert area could not be of any help. We include a link in each Alert which allows anyone to email the details of theMore >>
Each program establishes its own AMBER Plan criteria; however, the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children suggests three criteria that should be met before an Alert is activated.
Law enforcement confirms a child has been abducted.
Law enforcement believes the circumstances surrounding the abduction indicate that the child is in.
Danger of serious bodily harm or death.
There is enough descriptive information about the child, abductor, and/or suspect’s vehicle to believe An immediate broadcast alert will help.
If these criteria are met, alert information must be put together for public distribution. This information can include descriptions and pictures of the missing child, the suspected abductor, a suspected vehicle, and any other information available and valuable to identifying the child and suspect.