The AMBER Alert in Indian Country Training and Technical Assistance Program brings you a variety of NO FEE training and technical assistance opportunities to assist Tribal communities in developing programs to safely recover endangered missing or abducted children. Through this program and the coordinated efforts of tribes and their local, state and federal partners, you will increase collaboration, improve skills, and develop effective policies and best practices to protecting children.
**Ongoing Resources and Support**
**AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance:**
* View our self paced courses, recorded webinars and classroom offerings** [HERE](https://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/search-results?content=Training&prg=PR00098443).**
* There are no registration fees to attend AMBER Alert training. Training is available both onsite and online. For onsite training, all direct costs of training (instructor, expenses, training material, and logistics support) are covered. Host sites may assist in marketing and outreach, providing an appropriate venue and onsite coordination responsibilities.
**The AMBER Alert in Indian Country Website [https://amber-ic.org](http://amber-ic.org)**: An interactive, multi-dimensional website offering information, resources, video content, and the latest developments for the tribal child protection work of AATTAP and its partners.
**AMBER Alert Partners Network: **AMBER Alert Partners working in law enforcement and official child protections roles, both within and outside of Tribal lands, have access to the secure Partners Portal on its AMBER Advocate Website. The Portal contains a partner contact information listing, resource library, discussion boards, special training content and more. To learn more or request access, visit the ‘Partner Network’ page on the AMBER Alert in Indian Country website at **[https://amber-ic.org/network](http://amber-ic.org/network).**