In This Issue:
The final 2022 issue of The AMBER Advocate features the work of an Arizona Child Abduction Response Team that exemplifies the value of a well-structured, well-sustained CART. Our "Front Lines" story details the power of an "SOS" social media post in alerting law enforcement about two abducted Texas teens. Then meet Steve Benefield, the new Emergency Alert Coordinator for the Texas Center for the Missing, who was able to hit the ground running with help from his dynamic predecessor, Denise O'Leary. Finally, get updated on AMBER Alert and other endangered missing persons-related work underway across the U.S., in Indian Country, and internationally.
An Arizona Child Abduction Response Team leader weighs in on the value of a well-structured, outfitted, and sustained CART
Two abducted Texas teens are rescued after posting a distress plea on Snapchat
The new Emergency Alert Coordinator for the Texas Center for the Missing hits the ground running – with help from his dynamic predecessor
News clips and information on child protection efforts from Indian Country.
News clips and information on child protection efforts from around the world.
Child protection news clips from around the country
NCJTC Associate Tony Rodarte reflects on the power of Child Abduction Response Teams (CARTs) and teaching a well-received CART class in Klamath Falls, Oregon