In This Issue:
The first 2021 issue of the AMBER Advocate features AATTAP’s efforts to keep training opportunities alive through virtual, live instructor-led training and self-paced eLearning, in light of the unprecedented changes the COVID pandemic has brought to travel and onsite training. On the ‘Front Lines’ of AMBER Alert programs across the nation, this issue highlights the Utah AMBER Alert, law enforcement, and public’s rapid response to the November 2020 abduction of a 10-month-old infant. Read about AMBER Alert success in Indian Country as the Navajo Nation demonstrated its readiness in response to a November 2020 abduction of two sisters. And meet another dedicated partner in the AMBER Alert network, Corporal Shawn Kofluk, Pennsylvania AMBER Alert Coordinator and Missing Persons Clearinghouse Manager.
Virtual training keeps the mission of the AMBER Alert Program alive amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. AATTAP offers virtual, instructor-led live training through virtual platforms to ensure child protection professionals’ needs are served.
Utah’s newly fine-tuned AMBER Alert plan helps recover infant from stranger abduction
Pennsylvania AMBER Alert Coordinator focuses on training to bring abducted children home safely
Child protection news clips from Indian Country.
Child protection news clips from around the country.
News clips and information on child protection efforts from around the world.