Join tribal leaders, public safety and 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.
During this training, you will learn best practices for responding to a missing or abducted child report. Topics will include an overview of the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018, missing child investigations strategies, the State AMBER Alert Program and Missing Persons Alert System, and accessing state, federal and local resources. A case study, panel discussion and tabletop exercise will be used to exemplify the course content and improve the communities response to both protect and find those that go missing. **For information concerning continuing education units, please view our [policies](ncjtc.fvtc.edu/policies#continuingeducation) page.**
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: * Understand the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018 * Support your investigation using the AMBER Alert program * Effectively plan and respond to a missing or abducted child in a tribal community * Leverage current resources, tools, and technologies to enhance the AMBER Alert network within Indian Country
* Community Member * Community Corrections Officer * Court System Personnel * Educator * Emergency Management * Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support * Prosecutors * Social Workers * Tribes/Tribal Partners * Victim Service Providers