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The AMBER Advocate, Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2009

NCJ Number
227603
Date Published
Author(s)
AMBER Alert Training & Technical Assistance Program
Annotation
This AMBER Advocate newsletter provides articles and news in this National Missing Children's Day Edition.
Abstract
This publication includes articles on: National Missing Children's Day Ceremony; Mother of Samantha Runnion Issues Challenge at National Missing Children's Day Ceremony; Nurse Follows Her Instincts to Save Child; Detective Goes Undercover to Stop Fathers From Abusing Children; Agent Recognized for Creating Program to Find Child Prostitution Victims; ICAC Team Honored for Stopping Abusive Swimming Coach; Poster Contest Winner Has a Heart for Missing Children; Profile of New York AMBER Alert Coordinator, Gary Kelly; Kansas Starts State-Wide Child Abduction Response Team; On the Front Lines: South Carolina; Winnipeg Realtors Sign Up for AMBER Alerts; Jamaica Launches AMBER Alert Plan; Ireland Urged to Start Missing Children Hotline; AMBER in Indian Country: Tribe Receives Bloodhound to Help Find Children; Two New Manuals Will Help Make Sure AMBER Alert Calls Count; International Missing Children's Day PSA Unveiled; and AMBER International Europeans Gather for Child Alert Conference.
Date Created: December 3, 2019