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Amber Alert:

On January 13, 1996, Amber Hagerman was abducted while riding her bicycle and was then brutally murdered. The AMBER (America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response) Alert network was created after her tragic death. AMBER Alerts are emergency messages broadcast when a law enforcement agency determines that a child has been abducted and is in imminent danger. The broadcasts include information about the child and abductor that could lead to the child's recovery, such as physical description and information about the abductor's vehicle. The AMBER Alert program began in 1996 when Dallas-Fort Worth broadcasters teamed up with local police to develop an early warning system to help find abducted children. Today, the AMBER Alert system is being used in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Indian country, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and 22 other countries. As of March 2018, a total of 924 children had been successfully recovered through the AMBER Alert system.

To sign up to receive Amber Alerts via email, text and other methods, please visit these websites:

Michael Chase

CTO

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Additional Alert Systems

When the circumstances behind a person missing, do not meet the AMBER Alert criteria, but that person's life is still considered at risk of serious bodily harm or death if not found quickly, the following alerts may be issued.  Please click on the photo to learn more about that specific program. 

Endangered Missing Child Alert

CTO

The Endangered Missing Child Alert was created for missing children cases, where the missing circumstances do not meet the AMBER Alert criteria, but the child’s life is still considered at risk of serious bodily harm or death if the child is not found quickly. The following criteria must be met to initiate the Endangered Missing Child Alert:

1.Law enforcement confirms the child is under 18 years of age.

2.Law enforcement confirms the child is missing, such as lost, non-witnessed/non-confirmed abduction or the child’s whereabouts are unknown.

3.Law enforcement believes the missing circumstances pose a credible threat of serious bodily harm or death to the child.

4.There is sufficient descriptive information about the child and the circumstances surrounding the disappearance that the alert activation will help locate the child.

Endangered Missing Adult Alert/Silver Alert

CEO

The Endangered Missing Adult Alert was created to enlist the help of the public to find a missing adult, where the circumstances put the missing person’s life at risk of serious bodily harm or death if they are not located quickly. The following criteria must be met to initiate an Endangered Missing Adult Alert:

  1. Law enforcement confirms the individual is missing.
  2. Law enforcement confirms the individual is 65 years of age or older or is an adult who has a mental impairment.
  3. Law enforcement believes the disappearance of the individual poses a credible threat of immediate danger of serious bodily harm or death to the individual.
  4. There is sufficient descriptive information about the individual and the circumstances surrounding the disappearance that the alert activation will help locate the individual.

This alert is most commonly issued for a missing elderly person (65 year old or older) who suffers from Alzheimer’s or other related illness. The alert is also issued for any age missing adult who suffers from serious mental illness to such extent they cannot take care for themselves.

Ohio Blue Alert

Senior Architect

The Ohio Blue Alert is a notification system used to enlist public assistance in the event of a tragedy involving a critically injured or killed law enforcement officer where the suspect(s) are still at large, or in the event of a missing law enforcement officer. The following criteria must be met to initiate the Ohio Blue Alert:

  1. Law enforcement confirms that a law enforcement officer has been seriously injured or killed, and a suspect has not been apprehended, or that a law enforcement officer is missing while on duty under circumstances warranting concern for the law enforcement officer's safety.
  2. There is sufficient descriptive information about the suspect or the circumstances surrounding a law enforcement officer's injury, death, or disappearance to indicate that activation of the alert may help locate a suspect or a missing law enforcement officer.
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