In This Issue:
The third issue of 2022 of the AMBER Advocate features the work of our AMBER Alert in Indian Country program to distribute Technology Toolkits to Tribal law enforcement agencies across the country. Our "Front Lines" story spotlights the incredible attention and diligent work of an Idaho state trooper in safely recovering an 11-year-old Georgia boy abducted by his father. Meet Lieutenant Stacie Lick of New Jersey, whose leadership and commitment has been central to bringing Child Abduction Response Teams (CARTs) to her state. Read about AMBER Alert and other endangered missing persons work underway through news briefs from across the U.S. and internationally.
Durable cases outfitted with high-tech equipment to aid Tribal law enforcement during missing child cases are making their way throughout the United States.
A Georgia 11-year-old, abducted by his father, is found in the Idaho wilderness thanks to an Idaho State Trooper’s instinct and the successful teamwork of two state law enforcement agencies challenged by distance and technology.
News clips and information on child protection efforts from around the world.
Lieutenant Stacie Lick, who created and leads her state’s first Child Abduction Response Team (CART), sheds light on what makes her program a model for the nation
Child protection news clips from around the country.
News clips and information on child protection efforts from Indian Country.