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AMBER Alert

The AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance (T/TA) Program brings you a wide variety of training opportunities to improve the investigative response of local, regional, state, and tribal law enforcement to high risk victims, children in crisis and the commercial sexual exploitation of youth. Through this program, you will increase collaboration, improve skills, and develop effective policies and best practices to protect and safely recover missing, endangered, and abducted children. AMBER Alert training courses can be hosted by local, regional, state and tribal law enforcement training academies, agencies, or organizations. We encourage you to collaborate with your law enforcement, public safety and non-profit partners to identify your training needs and bring training to your community. If you are looking for technical assistance, we will work with you to identify a problem, address an existing problem, provide an objective evaluation of a problem, develop or introduce a new program, address a sensitive issue, or aid in examining the effects of a new statute, policy, or procedure. Click on Request Training to start your request.



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Feb 13-14, 2017 | Alexandria, VA

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Feb 21-24, 2017 | Hermantown, MN

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Mar 28-30, 2017 | Franklin, WI

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Apr 11-12, 2017 | Franklin, WI

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May 9-11, 2017 | Topeka, KS

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Featured Resources

CART Certification Manual - Agency Guide
CART Certification Manual - Agency Guide

The Child Abduction Response Team (CART) Certification Program is designed to assist local, tribal and state jurisdictions in the creation and implementation of CART Programs and provide valuable information on best practices regarding child protection and recovery strategies.

AMBER Advocate Current Issue
AMBER Advocate Current Issue

Read the AMBER Advocate newsletter and share with your child protection colleagues to stay current on issues related to the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program and AMBER Alert program work and successes across the country and internationally.

AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program's Regional Structure
AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program's Regional Structure

In an effort to promote effective outreach and collaboration, the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program has organized the continental U.S. and Canada into three regions. AMBER Alert Regional Liaisons work closely with AMBER Alert Coordinators, Missing Children Clearinghouse Managers, Child Abduction Response Team (CART) Leaders and other child protection partners within their respective areas to share information and resources, connect programs and personnel to needed training, and assist in the coordination of technical assistance events and services.

A Law Enforcement Guide to Case Investigation and Program Management
A Law Enforcement Guide to Case Investigation and Program Management

The guide outlines recommended practices for law enforcement investigating missing child cases and was authored by a team of professionals from local, state and federal agencies. It describes a recommended step-by-step investigative process and offers a wealth of valuable resources to assist with missing and abducted children cases.

ALERTA AMBER - Resumen de los elementos programaticos esenciales
ALERTA AMBER - Resumen de los elementos programaticos esenciales

Summary of key program elements to develop an AMBER Alert Plan (Spanish edition)

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