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Testimonial 1

"This training was very informative and kept my interest the entire time. This provided a lot of information I was not aware of before."
 
"Awesome! I just think this training needs to be done in every school, every town, so we can stop these people from harming others."

 
Response to At‐Risk Missing and High Risk Endangered Missing Children – Southern Border Initiative - October 5, 2021

California Highway Patrol
Testimonial 2

"The pace and the information were top notch."
 

"This training will have a positive impact on my ability to provide the community with much needed services."

 

Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to
Missing Children Incidents – Southern Border Initiative - September 29, 2021

California Highway Patrol
Testimonial 3

"It was great to get answers to questions that I have been looking for. The instructors were great and very informative on all of their subjects. I felt like it was a course that talked to me, not at me."
 
"The instructors were the strength of the training, in my opinion. They were extremely knowledgeable and engaging, and I learned a lot. I was able to review and update things that I already knew and it updated my knowledge base."

 
AMBER Alert Activation Best Practices – Southern Border Initiative - September 23, 2021

California Highway Patrol
Testimonial 4

"I enjoyed going through case studies and gaining tools that I could use in an investigation."
 
"I liked the case studies and breakout rooms were helpful. The flexibility of virtual training is great."
 
"Engaging presentations and knowledgeable instructors."
 

Initial Response Strategies and Tactics When Responding to
Missing Children Incidents - September 14, 2021

California Highway Patrol
Testimonial 5

"This was one of the best online trainings that I have attended and really enjoyed listening to all the speakers. They were very informative and knowledgeable of the topic."
 
"The information was presented very well, the instructors are very passionate and knowledgeable of the work they do."
 
Response to At‐Risk Missing and High Risk Endangered Missing Children – Southern Border Initiative - September 9, 2021

California Highway Patrol
Testimonial 6

"I liked the case studies and how real cases were integrated into the training. By following the case from start to finish it really helped put into perspective how each piece of the investigation fit together. It also provided a clear picture of the depth of such cases."
 
"I appreciated the fact that it was free, and that the instructors had experience in Indian Country."

 
Missing Child Investigations in Indian Country - September 2-3, 2021

California Highway Patrol
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AMBER Alert’s New Virtual Training Option:
Live, Instructor-Led and Interactive!

Don’t miss the opportunity to participate in real-time, interactive training even when travel and in-person events are not an option. We now offer live, virtual training, led by subject matter experts and designed to engage you just as you would in the classroom.

Via web camera and microphone on your PC or laptop, you’ll discuss important topics and case study information with other participants, ask questions of the instructor to deepen your understanding and application of the subject, and offer feedback via polls and other collaborative exercises.

Virtual breakout rooms create opportunities for small group work, and the virtual classroom platform chat, resource downloads and whiteboard sharing to ensure you get all that you need from the experience. In some classes, pre- and post-course knowledge checks will help you assess your understanding and readiness to apply it to your work.

REPORT A MISSING, ABDUCTED, OR ENDANGERED CHILD.

CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY


You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children for assistance at:

1-800-THE-LOST

We cannot take missing child reports on inquiries via this website. To search for or find information about current missing children please visit:

 

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CHILDREN SAFELY RECOVERED WITH THE HELP OF

As of November 22, 2021

THE AMBER ADVOCATE

The mission of the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program (AATTAP) is to safely recover missing, endangered, or abducted children through the coordinated efforts of law enforcement, media, transportation, and other partners by using training and technology to enhance response capacities and capabilities and increase public participation. The AMBER Advocate website and secure AMBER Alert Partners Portal work to support this mission by promoting awareness of and access to training and resources for AMBER Alert partners as they work across their states and communities to    educate, train and inspire around the protection of children and effective response to endangered missing and abducted children.

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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Recognizing National Native American Indian Heritage Month. We are proud to provide Tribal communities with the training and technical assistance they need to address public safety concerns in their communities. ncjtc.org/tribal #nativeamerican ... See MoreSee Less
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The AMBER Advocate
Learn more, increase awareness, and support prevention efforts in your community.Did you know? According to the National Runaway Safeline, between 1.6 million and 2.8 million youth run away each year. Runaway and homeless youth are more likely to engage in substance use and delinquent behavior, become teenage parents, drop out of school, suffer from sexually transmitted diseases, meet the criteria for mental illness, and have an increased risk of being sexual exploited and trafficked. Join us to learn more Jan 19-20 for "What Are They Running From? Youth Trauma and Addressing Adverse Childhood Experiences", ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR00011234/TRI0807962/youth-trauma-adverse-childhood-experiences ... See MoreSee Less
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The AMBER Advocate
Read the latest from NCJTC!The latest Compass Newsletter is now available to read! Highlights this month include: Newest Critical 3 video, National Domestic Violence Prevention Month, and more!ncjtc.fvtc.edu/resources/RS00875993/ncjtc-compass-newsletter-8th-edition ... See MoreSee Less
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