If you need to report a missing, abducted or endangered child, please call 9-1-1 immediately.


You may also contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST for assistance. We cannot take missing child reports or inquiries via this website. To search for or find information about current missing children, visit www.missingkids.org.

Forthcoming USDOJ update to NISMART will gather law enforcement data on abductions

The United States Department of Justice (USDOJ) will soon begin outreach to more than 4000 law enforcement agencies for assistance in updating and expanding data and analysis on stranger abductions of children.

Do you work with AMBER Alert or Child Protection in Indian Country?

Learn more about our AMBER Partners Network and our secure partners portal for collaboration with other AMBER Alert Partners in Indian Country and across the United States.

Resources

AMBER Alert in Indian Country Resources

Learn more about the resources that are available to our partners in the AMBER Alert in Indian Country Network. Find useful information including videos, downloadable PDFs and other valuable resources.

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AMBER Advocate Newsletter

The most recent AMBER Advocate Newsletter is available for download. The recent issue and several archived issues feature important AMBER Alert in Indian Country news and updates.

AMBER Alert in Indian Country on Facebook

An important resource for child protection professionals, along with their community partners working to understand, work to prevent, and be ready to respond to the problem of Missing and Murdered Native Women and Girls on the National day of awareness.Did you know that Native American women are murdered andsexually assaulted at 10x the national average?Learn the statistics about Missing Murdered and Indigenous Women and Girls. View our infographic at bit.ly/3uqGO1i#mmiwawareness2021 #MMIWawareness #mmiwg #MMIW ... See MoreSee Less
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Walking in Remembrance of Our Angel Ashlynne“May 2, 2021, marks five years since the abduction of my children Ashlynne and Ian. Ian was at a tender age of 9 and still very young and spent a majority of his time cementing his relationship with his sister. Ashlynne was 11 and she was in the “in between” years of 9 and 12 and was flourishing as she moved through her childhood. I was blessed with two amazing children and life was just about as perfect as it could be. I’m not sure how to begin the story of the abduction of my children, but I can say we were “not ready” for the shock that occurred that day...Since that horrific day, I became my children’s advocate, fought for Justice, and raised awareness about the lack of AMBER Alert across Indian Country. With hard work from so many dedicated leaders who saw the loop hole in the system, we were able to pass the Ashlynne Mike AMBER Alert in Indian Country Act of 2018 on April 13, 2018."- Pamela FosterTo read the full story and learn more, please visit amber-ic.org/news/walking-in-remembrance-of-ashlynne-mike/ ... See MoreSee Less
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The AMBER Alert in Indian Country Website provides integrated, ‘one-stop’ access to training, technical assistance and child protection resources for Tribal law enforcement, public safety professionals and others in the community working with issues surrounding endangered, missing and abducted children.

This resource was prepared under Cooperative Agreement number 2017-MC-FX-K003 from the Office of Justice Programs (OJP), U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions expressed in this document are those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of OJP or the U.S. Department of Justice.