Amber Alert


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An anti-abduction system that broadcasts details of missing persons (victims of kidnappings) and their suspected abductors on highway signs, radio and TV within hours of a kidnapping
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In that high profile case, authorities did not issue an AMBER Alert for Ashlynne until the day after family members reported her abduction.
It is pertinent to mention here that the Amber Alert system will help for collection and dissemination of data on missing children to the relevant authorities so that they could be traced.
AMBER alerts and other emergency notifications rarely come at a convenient time.
The campaign calls for: a bigger, stronger Amber Alert network, more flexibility in issuing alerts, better cross-border information sharing, better cross-border police cooperation and border checks on children's passports.
The campaign calls for a bigger, stronger Amber Alert network, more flexibility in issuing alerts, better cross-border information sharing, better cross-border police co-operation and border checks on children's passports.
The AMBER Alert system activates an urgent bulletin in the most serious child abduction cases in an attempt to galvanize the entire community to assist in the search for and safe recovery of the child.
8220;We all know that time is crucial when a child's safety is at risk,” said Amber Alert GPS CEO Carol Colombo.
The Amber Alert GPS 2G is the world's smallest GPS devices.
The AAHN is the first secondary distribution initiative to direct AMBER Alerts to professional truck drivers who are near the geographically-defined AMBER Alert area and uses QUALCOMM's OmniTRACS[R] mobile communications system to provide drivers with the technology to receive Alerts in their cabs.
Once an AMBER Alert is posted, the relevant details provided by the reporting authority are downloaded from CodeAmber.
Meanwhile the identity of the child and the mother was broadcast through the media in North America through the AMBER Alert system as required by law.
Paradoxically, when Nodaway County (Missouri) Sheriff Ben Espey called in an Amber Alert after finding the body of the baby's mother, it took nine hours for the alert to be issued.