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Unresolved Missing Person Cases in Alaskan Native Villages
Unresolved Missing Person Cases in Alaskan Native Villages
Classroom

Discover proven investigative strategies and acquire the requisite skills to investigate and manage unresolved homicides and long-term missing children and adult cases in Alaskan Native Villages. Explore the roles and responsibilities of an unresolved case team when working these investigations. Gain insight into the dynamics of violent crime investigations, missing persons, homicides, and no-body homicide investigations. Understand how to identify services and resources in support of unresolved investigations. Best practices and lessons learned will be illustrated from a case study derived from a collection of real-world examples. This course is consistent with Best Practice recommendations published by the U.S. Department of Justice, National Institute of Justice.

AMBER Alert in Indian Country 101 – Community Response
AMBER Alert in Indian Country 101 – Community Response
Webinar (Watch Now) | Duration: 1h 1m | Recorded on Sep 16, 2020

AMBER Alerts are activated in the most serious child-abduction cases. The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of a missing child. These alerts are broadcast through radio, TV, road signs, cellphones, and other data-enabled devices. During this webinar, tribal community members will understand law enforcement's response to missing and abducted children, and when an AMBER Alert is an effective tool. Recognize the importance of bridging the gap between law enforcement and the community. Explain and understand how community members can assist during and before a missing or abducted child situation.

AMBER Alert in Indian Country 101 – Law Enforcement Response
AMBER Alert in Indian Country 101 – Law Enforcement Response
Webinar (Watch Now) | Duration: 1h 6m | Recorded on Oct 15, 2020

AMBER Alerts are activated in the most serious child-abduction cases. The goal of an AMBER Alert is to instantly galvanize the community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of a missing child. These alerts are broadcast through radio, TV, road signs, cellphones, and other data-enabled devices. During this webinar, law enforcement will understand the importance of what criteria needs to be met to request an AMBER Alert activation. Demonstrate and recognize the importance of having a plan or policy in place. Explain how critical it is to train and prepare in advance of an AMBER Alert activation to be able to respond quickly, as time is of the essence in every child abduction case.

AMBER Alert in Indian Country Update 2023
AMBER Alert in Indian Country Update 2023
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Jul 20, 2023

Learn about the mission of the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018 and the ongoing efforts of the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program (AATTAP) to support this Act.

CART in Indian Country
CART in Indian Country
Webinar (Watch Now) | Recorded on Jun 22, 2023

Join us to learn the concept of a Child Abduction Response Team (CART) in Indian Country. Topics discussed will include the importance to develop a prepared response to missing, endangered or abducted children within Indian Country. The goal is to provide a level of understanding to the overall CART concept for implementation into tribal communities and Indian Country.

Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise (CATE) in Indian Country- 4 Hours
Child Abduction Tabletop Exercise (CATE) in Indian Country- 4 Hours
Classroom

Test your community’s response in conducting an initial investigation, search and canvass activities for a missing or abducted child scenario occurring on tribal lands. Employ strategies and responses in mitigating and resolving the emergency. Participate in a multi-disciplinary, multi-jurisdictional tabletop exercise, to build cohesiveness with tribal, state, local and federal partners when responding to an emergency.

Community Response to Missing and Exploited Children in Indian Country
Community Response to Missing and Exploited Children in Indian Country
Classroom

Join tribal leaders, public safety, emergency management personnel, and AMBER Alert partners to learn the dynamics of missing and exploited children in Indian Country. Examine the AMBER Alert program, efforts to identify and prevent child exploitation, and best practices for planning and executing the initial response when a child goes missing. Explore resources and tools currently available to assist law enforcement officers in missing child investigations. Discuss strategies that will improve the community’s response to missing and exploited children.

Course #1: Introduction to Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC)
Course #1: Introduction to Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC)
Self-Paced

This first course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series introduces the series, and is specifically designed to support understanding of the six key challenges law enforcement officers and supporting agencies working in or with Indian Country communities often face when a child goes missing, including: Not having a clearly defined starting point for the investigation, proper identification and utilization of resources, increasing risk with the passage of time, the emotionally charged nature of the case, addressing and managing the media, and jurisdictional, geographic and cultural dynamics of investigative work in Indian Country.

Course #10: Performing General Area Searches  (MCI-IC)
Course #10: Performing General Area Searches (MCI-IC)
Self-Paced

The tenth course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement understand and apply proper methods and techniques in preforming general area searches, forensic searches, and roadblock canvasses in missing child investigations in Indian Country. The general area search, a physical search for the child, and the forensic search, a formal collection of physical evidence, are core investigative processes in missing child investigations, especially in child abduction cases. The roadblock canvass is frequently conducted in conjunction with the general area search. This course will focus on the procedures and coordination of each of these investigative processes.

Course #2: Initial Assessment in Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC)
Course #2: Initial Assessment in Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC)
Self-Paced

The second course in the Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country (MCI-IC) online training series is designed to help law enforcement officers perform an initial assessment in a missing child investigation in Indian Country. An understanding of the victim risk assessment and missing child categories is crucial in missing child investigations. This course will review various missing child categories and identify factors that aid in the formulation of the initial assessment, a process of elimination based on the specific incident fact pattern as it relates to the missing child categories. This assessment process creates the foundation for the formulation of a strategy in the missing child investigation.

 
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