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The AMBER Alert Best Practices – Law Enforcement Field Guide is a companion to the AMBER Alert Best Practices Guide and is aimed at law enforcement agencies and 1st Responders. It is designed to provide administrators with a document on what to expect in the event of an endangered missing or abducted child investigation, as well as provide their personnel with a reference manual to help jump start an effective response and investigation. The webinar will focus on raising awareness of areas that are consistently shown to be relevant and have an operational impact in these types of cases as well as how the guide can assist.Watch Now Regarding AMBER Alert Best Practices - Law Enforcement Field Guide
Gain an understanding of the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018 and the ongoing efforts by the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program (AATTAP) to support the implementation of this Act. During this webinar, you will learn from past child abduction and exploitation events on tribal lands and the challenges facing tribes in protecting children; review best practices for collaborating with the state AMBER Alert program to bring AMBER Alert to Indian Country, and discuss current resources available through the AATTAP.Watch Now Regarding AMBER Alert in Indian Country
This self-directed online course is delivered across 9 modules and is designed provide child protection personnel working in or with Native American and Alaskan Native communities with an understanding of both historical and ongoing efforts to establish AMBER Alert systems in Indian Country, and to offer careful consideration of the key components needed to implement a successful child abduction recovery strategy in those communities. The course covers topics including the vital importance of AMBER Alerts; issues of capacity for tribal communities in working to build AMBER Alert programs; the 12 key components of AMBER Alert programs; time as the enemy in endangered missing and abducted child cases; unique child protection challenges in Indian Country; and considerations for implementing strategies around AMBER Alert and a comprehensive child recovery strategy.View Catalog Regarding Building AMBER Alert in Indian Country
This self-directed online course is delivered across 8 modules, and provides members of Child Abduction Response Teams (CARTs) with a broad scope of information on the structure and interdependent functions/roles of a CART program. The course covers important considerations regarding: Protocol development and management; development and use of Memoranda of Understanding; CART composition; training, including the development and use of tabletop exercises and field scenarios; CART certification standards; and a case study which integrates all topics covered in consideration of effective CART leadership.View Catalog Regarding CART Commander Online Training (CART-COMM) (AMBER Alert)
This self-directed online course is delivered across 11 modules, and covers important considerations regarding: the scope and scale of the problem of missing and abducted children; CART structure, function and command considerations; investigative considerations; canvass operations; search operations; volunteer management; digital forensics; logistics; recovery and reunification; and a case study in which all concepts taught are integrated and considered in terms of effective overall response.View Catalog Regarding Child Abduction Response Team Training for New Members (CART) (AMBER Alert)
This course covers important considerations regarding dynamics of the victim, the trafficker and the process of interviewing. It provides an introduction to the scope, scale and nature of problem of Child Sex Trafficking, and how patrol and investigative officers can effectively respond.View Catalog Regarding Child Sex Trafficking: An Introduction to Law Enforcement Response (CST-Intro) (AMBER Alert)
Represents an online version of the onsite ISCAC classroom training and is designed to provide law enforcement investigators and investigative supervisors with the information necessary to properly understand, recognize, and investigate cases involving missing and abducted children.View Catalog Regarding Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases Online – (ISCAC)(AMBER Alert)
This self-directed online course is delivered across 10 modules and is designed to provide child protection personnel working in or with Native American and Alaskan Native communities with an understanding of both historical and ongoing problems of child sex trafficking and exploitation (CST) in Indian Country, and to offer careful consideration of important strategies to build awareness of the problem, and support tribal communities in identifying and reporting suspected or known trafficking and exploitation. The course provides important considerations for law enforcement in working with the community on these awareness and identification efforts, as well as for preparing for effective response to safely recover victims, interdict these crimes, and prosecute offenders.View Catalog Regarding Law Enforcement and Community Response to CST and Exploitation in Indian Country-Online (AMBER Alert)
When activating an AMBER Alert, the investigating agency relies upon their partners and stakeholders to share the abducted child's information to the public and assist in locating the child. During this webinar, you will learn about the multiple partners, stakeholder groups, and resources available to law enforcement during the AMBER Alert activation process and how they may be able to assist.Watch Now Regarding Partners and Resources During an AMBER Alert
This self-directed online course is delivered across 5 modules and provides law enforcement patrol officers with information and resources to promote swift and effective initial field response to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children. The course covers the scope, scale and nature of the problem; best practices for initial on-scene response; important considerations for transitioning the investigation; and resources for law enforcement.View Catalog Regarding Patrol First Response for Missing and Abducted Children (PATMAC) (AMBER Alert)
Learn telecommunications best practices for supporting swift and decisive responses in the critical, early stages of incidents involving missing and abducted children.View Catalog Regarding Telecommunications Best Practices for Missing and Abducted Children (TELMAC) (AMBER Alert)