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If you need to report a missing, abducted or endangered child, please call 9-1-1 immediately.


You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST for assistance. We cannot take missing child reports or inquiries via this website. To search for or find information about current missing children, visit www.missingkids.org.

CART - Child Abduction Response Team

Learn about the importance of CART and the benefits of achieving CART Certification. This video highlights the efforts and excellent outcomes of the Northwest Florida CART programs certification event. The Team achieved certification in February 2018.

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TRIBAL LAW ENFORCEMENT AND CHILD PROTECTION ADVOCATES:

Did you know we have NO FEE, anytime 24/7, self-directed (no required login times) ONLINE training for your work in responding to endangered children?

The online course is called Law Enforcement and Community Response to CST and Exploitation in Indian Country. We refer to it as 'CST-IC Online' and we're waiting for YOU to come dig into this critically important training.

1. FOLLOW THIS LINK: ncjtc.fvtc.edu/on-demand/distance-learning/CLG0002758/law-enforcement-and-community-response-to-c...

2. CLICK ON SUBSCRIBE and create your account.

3. ONCE APPROVED, INSTANTLY ADD CST-IC and any other courses in the NCJTC Community to your course list. Then work on them anytime, 24/7, at your own pace!

4. WITH AN APPROVED COMMUNITY SUBSCRIPTION, you have access to many other courses. So don't wait - get started on valuable training that will provide information and resources YOU can put into action - when seconds matter in the safety and very life of a child!
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1 week ago

The AMBER Advocate

LAW ENFORCEMENT INVESTIGATORS:
Did you know we have NO FEE, anytime 24/7, self-directed (no required login times) ONLINE training for your work in responding to endangered children?

The course is Investigative Strategies for Child Abduction Cases. We refer to it as 'ISCAC Online' and we're waiting for YOU to come dig into this critically important training.

1. FOLLOW THIS LINK: ncjtc.fvtc.edu/on-demand/distance-learning/CLG0002854/investigative-strategies-for-child-abductio...

2. CLICK ON SUBSCRIBE and create your account. You must be employed by a criminal justice agency.

3. ONCE APPROVED, INSTANTLY ADD ISCAC and any other courses in the CJ community to your course list. Then work on them anytime, 24/7, at your own pace!

4. OTHER COURSES AND ROLES SERVED: We have no fee, self-directed courses and recorded webinars for Telecommunications and patrol first responders, child abduction response team members (CART), and Tribal child protection professionals!

5. WITH AN APPROVED CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNITY SUBSCRIPTION, you have access to all of these. So don't wait - get started on valuable training that will provide information and resources YOU can put into action - when seconds matter in the safety and very life of a child!
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2 weeks ago

The AMBER Advocate

LAW ENFORCEMENT PATROL FIRST RESPONDERS:

Did you know we have NO FEE, anytime 24/7, self-directed (no required login times) ONLINE training? The course is PATROL FIRST RESPONSE FOR MISSING AND ABDUCTED CHILDREN.

We refer to it as 'PATMAC' and we're waiting for YOU to come dig into this critically important training.

1. FOLLOW THIS LINK: ncjtc.fvtc.edu/on-demand/distance-learning/CLG0002854/patrol-first-response-for-missing-and-abduc...

2. CLICK ON SUBSCRIBE and create your account. You must be employed by a criminal justice agency.

3. ONCE APPROVED, INSTANTLY ADD PATMAC and any other courses in the CJ community to your course list. Then work on them anytime, 24/7, at your own pace!

4. OTHER COURSES AND ROLES SERVED: We have no fee, self-directed courses and recorded webinars for Telecommunicationsl first responders, investigators, child abduction response team members (CART), and Tribal child protection professionals!

WITH AN APPROVED CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNITY SUBSCRIPTION, you have access to all of these. So don't wait - get started on valuable training that will provide information and resources YOU can put into action - when seconds matter in the safety and very life of a child!
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2 weeks ago

The AMBER Advocate

Did you know we have NO FEE, anytime 24/7, self-directed (no required login times) ONLINE training for 9-1-1/Law Enforcement Telecommunicators on Best Practices for Response to Missing and Abducted Child Incidents?

We refer to it as 'TELMAC' and we're waiting for YOU - public safety telecommunications professional that you are - to come dig into this critically important training.

1. FOLLOW THIS LINK. ncjtc.fvtc.edu/on-demand/distance-learning/CLG0002854/telecommunications-best-practices-for-missi...
2. CLICK ON SUBSCRIBE and create your account. You must be employed by a criminal justice agency, or an agency officially contracted to dispatch for a criminal justice agency.
3. ONCE APPROVED, INSTANTLY ADD TELMAC and any other courses in the CJ community to your course list. Then work on them anytime, 24/7, at your own pace!
4. OTHER COURSES AND ROLES SERVED: We have no fee, self-directed courses and recorded webinars for Patrol first responders, investigators, child abduction response team members (CART), and Tribal child protection professionals!

WITH AN APPROVED CRIMINAL JUSTICE COMMUNITY SUBSCRIPTION, you have access to all of these. So don't wait - get started on valuable training that will provide information and resources YOU can put into action - when seconds matter in the safety and very life of a child!
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This resource was prepared under Cooperative Agreement number 2013-MU-MU-K011 from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of OJJDP or the U.S. Department of Justice.