When a child is abducted, every second counts—and every decision matters. AMBER Alert is an early warning system that activates an urgent bulletin to galvanize community support and bring a missing child home. It is a powerful, modern alarm bell.
This resource provides an overview of the AMBER Alert Program. It provides detailed information on the role of AMBER Alert in general, its role with the media, and how the program can be improved. Law enforcement, parents, youth workers and other community members should refer to this guide to learn the best ways to engage…
Provides high-level information on law enforcement’s investigative response in relation to incidents of endangered missing and abducted children, and the AMBER Alert Process. The resource discusses key areas for further training, preparation and scenario/skill-based assessment.
This is a quick chart that covers common jurisdictional issues dealing with trafficking and exploitation in tribal communities. It is not intended to be a comprehensive resource, but rather a quick guide.
This is an important announcement about The Tribal Issues Advisory Group and a couple of charges that go along with it. Learn how this group can help you in your federal sentencing issues.
This booklet is designed to help tribal communities determine when a child is at risk for developing problem behaviors or being victimized. Inside, you will find descriptions and ways to identify six key issues that pose the biggest threat to tribal youth today.
The resource, developed by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® (NCMEC), provides a detailed checklist for first responders, supervisory officers, and investigative officers after a child goes missing or is abducted. It details each step that must be taken when launching a recovery effort, and can lead to a successful recovery when utilized […]
In many communities, law enforcement officials have a hard time connecting with the local youth. This resource provides proven ideas that law enforcement members can use to become more visible in their community, especially with youth development programs.
In this resource, you will learn everything you need to know about starting your very own Tribal Police Athletic/Activities League in your community. It includes information about what National PAL does, activities you can run, the steps necessary to get started, as well as a set of sample by-laws that you can use to form […]
Often times, it is difficult for members of law enforcement to form a positive, meaningful relationship with youth in the community. This resource provides tips and takes the focus off of changing youth attitudes, and focuses more on what law enforcement officials can do to bridge the gap.