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Fall Issue of AMBER Advocate Newsletter Now Available

OJJDP has released the fall 2017 issue of The AMBER Advocate newsletter. This issue features articles on:

  • The death of Ashlynne Mike and the establishment of the Navajo Nation AMBER Alert system.
  • Faces of the AMBER Alert Network.
  • The role AMBER Alert played in a Florida child's recovery.
  • AMBER Alert training. AMBER Alert international news.
  • AMBER Alert in Indian Country.
  • AMBER Alert briefs.

The U.S. Department of Justice and the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children coordinate the AMBER Alert programnationally. As of November 2017, a total of 897 children had been successfully recovered through the AMBER Alert system.


Date Created: January 31, 2018