Have you noticed the recent change at the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children regarding AMBER Alerts? After 10 days the missing child will no longer be listed on the active AMBER Alert page but instead will be removed and if they remain missing join the list of the other 2502 missing children listed at the site. Will the 10 day period restart if it is activated in another State should the abduction involve crossing State lines?
Missing Children Statistics“…A child goes missing every 40 seconds in the U.S, over 2,100 per day
In excess of 800,000 children are reported missing each year
Another 500,000 go missing without ever being reported…”
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Ask yourselfWhat would you do if your child went missing?
Would you have the needed critical information immediately available?
Would you have current poster quality photos with you to distribute?
If you were traveling, on vacation or visiting friends would you, in a moment of panic and stress, be able to retrieve vital information to aid in search efforts?
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